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January/February 2021

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EDITORIAL

Frauds and Fights

FRONT LINES 

The Strictest Lockdown, by Gideon Rozner

The Dystopian Hellscape of Online Learning, by Will Collins

Legitimacy, by William S. Lind

FEATURES 

Sonia Sotomayor, Boomer, by Helen Andrews

        A sense of grievance turned the People’s Justice into a bully.

Obama-Biden: The Reunion Tour?, by Curt Mills

        What does the president-elect really want to do with his new power?

Hunter Biden’s Guilty Laptop, by Peter Van Buren

        Say it ain’t so, Joe.

The Stolen Election of 1876, by Adam Rowe

        A little perspective is in order.

The Knoxville Kingpin Who Wasn’t, by Arthur Bloom

        The missing link in the Fast and Furious scandal?

 

ARTS & LETTERS 

Tomorrow the World: The Birth of U.S. Global Supremacy, by Stephen Wertheim, reviewed by Robert W. Merry

Law and Leviathan: Redeeming the Administrative State, by Cass R. Sunstein and Adrian Vermeule, reviewed by Mark Pulliam

Salazar: The Dictator Who Refused to Die, by Tom Gallagher, reviewed by Michael Warren Davis

The Silence, by Don DeLillo, reviewed by Nic Rowan

Isolationism: A History of America’s Effort to Shield Itself from the World, by Charles A. Kupchan, reviewed by Michael C. Desch

The Beauty of Living: E.E. Cummings in the Great War, by J. Alison Rosenblitt, reviewed by Micah Mattix

Let Me Tell You What I Mean, by Joan Didion, reviewed by Peter Tonguette

The Unquiet Englishman: A Life of Graham Greene, by Richard Greene, reviewed by Paul W. Gleason

The Future of Christian Marriage, by Mark Regnerus, reviewed by Scott Yenor

 

COMMENTARY 

The shape of Biden’s first 100 days, by Patrick Buchanan

Donny, we hardly knew ye, by Bill Kauffman

New cast, same script, by Aram Bakshian Jr.

 

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