Jeremy Beer

author archive

Seven Questions for Benjamin Schwarz

Talking post-Cold War foreign policy, consumer capitalism, and Churchill with our national editor.
Jeremy Beer March 23, 2015

How Rod Dreher Went Home Again

The demands, and unexpected rewards, of small-town life
Jeremy Beer July 18, 2013

Philosopher of Love

David Schindler has a remedy for the religious right
Jeremy Beer February 20, 2013

Imperialism by Philanthropy

How elite foundations displaced charity in the name of progress
Jeremy Beer August 15, 2012

By the Book

Even in the Kindle age, the printed page still has its place.
Jeremy Beer May 4, 2009

Perfect Sowing

Cultivating the American character
Jeremy Beer January 12, 2009

The Last Dissident

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn was more than just a survivor of the gulag, he was a perceptive critic of the West’s own flaws.
Jeremy Beer August 25, 2008

The Radical Lasch

The Marxian social historian saw past the limits of liberalism to a true middle-class populism.
Jeremy Beer March 27, 2007