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March/April 2019

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Trump’s Vital Intelligence, Patrick J. Buchanan

Rebel, Rebel, Bill Kauffman

A Case of Mistaken Identities, Aram Bakshian Jr.


Capitalist Tool

Front Lines

Is It a Crime to Boycott?, Kelley Beaucar Vlahos

Trump’s Lost List, Tim Cavanaugh

The Soft Coup, William S. Lind

Cover Package

A Peace President?, Daniel McCarthy

Left Behind, Jack Hunter

The War Inside Trump, W. James Antle III


Russell Kirk’s Radicalism, Michael Warren Davis

Disorderly Liquidation, Andrew Cockburn

Seeds of Destruction, Gracy Olmstead

Cleveland’s Doughnut of Despair, Daniel McGraw

The Not-So-New Populism, Ryan Girdusky

The Student Loan Trap, Charles Fain Lehman

Arts & Letters

The Revisionism of Charles Beard, Andrew J. Bacevich (Charles Austin Beard: The Return of the Master Historian of American Imperialism, Richard Drake, Cornell University Press, 336 pages)

What Holds the Motley South Together, Micah Mattix (Mixing It Up: A South-Watcher’s Miscellany, John Shelton Reed, Louisiana State University Press, 288 pages)

An Appreciation of the Two Tolkiens, Bradley J. Birzer (The Fall of Gondolin, J.R.R. Tolkien, ed. Christopher Tolkien, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 304 pages)

Liberalism: The Great Anti-Tradition, Gerald J. Russell0 (The Limits of Liberalism: Tradition, Individualism, and the Crisis of Freedom, Mark T. Mitchell, University of Notre Dame Press, 340 pages)

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