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November/December 2018

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Commentary

No Reset for Russia, Patrick J. Buchanan

Hell in a Bucket, Life in a Cup, Bill Kauffman

Where Trump Can Channel Reagan, Aram Bakshian Jr.

Editorial

Jackpot for Israel

Front Lines

Report Card: Trump’s Foreign Policy Midterm, Gil Barndollar

Taking on Protectionists, Jon Basil Utley

The Last Local Election, Telly Davidson

A Sino-Russo-American Alliance?, William S. Lind

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Is China Waiting Us Out?, Michael Horton

Articles

Our First Elites, Robert W. Merry

The Permanent-War Complex, Gareth Porter

Trump Goes to Prison, Alan Greenblatt

Civil War U.S.A, Michael Vlahos

Drowning in the Military Swamp, Jeff Groom

Executing Justice, Arthur Rizer and Marc Hyden

Arts & Letters

A Class War the Right Can Win, Daniel McCarthy (The Republican Worker’s Party: How Trump Victory Drove Everyone Crazy, and Why It Was Just What We Needed, F.H. Buckley, Encounter, 200 pages)

Robert Kagan’s Jungle Books, William Ruger (The Jungle Grows Back: America and Our Imperiled World, Robert Kagan, Knopf, 192 pages)

Urban America: For Richer or for Poorer, Daniel Kishi (The Divided City: Poverty and Prosperity in Urban America, Alan Mallach, Island Press, 326 pages)

The #MeToo Trial of Oscar Wilde, Matt Purple

Hubert Humphrey: Pure Political Animal, Bill Kauffman (Hubert Humphrey: The Conscience of the Country, Arnold A. Offner, Yale University, 512 pages)

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