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March/April 2021

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An Ecology that Conserves, by Micah Meadowcroft

Environmentalism on the right from the Ash memo to Trump’s EPA

COMMENTARY 

Who are the true domestic terrorists?, by Patrick J. Buchanan

The Green Corn Rebellion, by Bill Kauffman

Tippecanoe and Biden, too, by Aram Bakshian Jr.

EDITORIAL: Winter into Spring

 

FRONT LINES 

Turning the Trans Tide, by Dan Hitchens

Still Bowling Alone, by Timothy Crimmins

Twenty Years in the War on Terror, by Hunter DeRensis

Our Mediterranean Civilization, by Theo Mackey Pollack

The Ghost of Empires Past, by William S. Lind

 

FEATURES

Biden’s Trade Inbox, by Eamonn Fingleton

        The hidden crisis four decades in the making

Routing Around Deplatforming, by Andrea O’Sullivan

        Dissidents will turn to decentralized, peer-to-peer options.

Whites vs. Reds, by Charles Haywood

        The mostly unknown Finnish Civil War has lessons for America today.

The Conservative Urbanist, by Lewis McCrary

        Wick Allison (1948-2020) fought for traditional, humane cities and towns.

An Uneasy Alliance, by D.G. Hart

        Why are so many NeverTrumpers evangelical Protestants?

Our Man in Winston-Salem, by John Meroney

        How the Tar Hell senator learned to love the spy game

The Fitness Monopoly, by Oliver Bateman

        Equipment manufacturer Rogue fitness crowds out its rivals.

 

ARTS & LETTERS 

The Soviet Writers Union and Its Leaders: Identity and Authority Under Stalin, by Carol Any, reviewed by Gary Saul Morson

Big White Ghetto: Dead Broke, Stone Cold Stupid, and High on Rage in the Dank Woolly Wilds of the ‘Real America,’ by Kevin Williamson, reviewed by Curt Mills

Studying with Miss Bishop: Memoirs from a Young Writer’s Life, by Dana Gioia, reviewed by Matthew Schmitz

Singular Sensation: The Triumph of Broadway, by Michael Riedel, reviewed by Jonathan Leaf

Commerce and Manners in Edmund Burke’s Political Economy, by Gregory M. Collins, reviewed by Richard M. Reinsch II

Winds of Change: Britain in the Early Sixties, by Peter Hennessy, reviewed by Derek Turner

Watching the World from Hetton, by Peter Tonguette

The Diaries of Emilio Renzi: Vol. 1, The Formative Years; Vol. 2, The Happy Years; Vol, 3, A Day in the Life, by Ricardo Piglia, translated by Robert Croll, reviewed by John Wilson

 

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