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September/October 2020

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Anti-Culture Warriors

Front Lines

Fighting to Win, Arthur Bloom

Bailout Bonanza, Matt Purple

Woke Corporate Concentration, Fred Bauer

Stepping Back from the Brink, Bill Lind


Luther Martin Gets His Close-up, Bill Kauffman

Democrats Come for the Filibuster, Pat Buchanan

Peering Past November, Aram Bakshian Jr.


The Road to Revolution, Rod Dreher

The 1917 Project, Helen Andrews

Stop the Presses, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

Unoriginal Sin, Graham Daseler

More than Spectators, Corey Brooks


A New Fusionism, Lee Edwards

Richard Hooker: A Father of National Conservatism, Brad Littlejohn

Un-creative Destruction, Mark. A Lemley and Andrew McCreary

Henry Kissinger: An Occasional Realist, Michael C. Desch

Europe’s Gaullist Revival, James W. Carden

Ari Aster’s Moral Horror, Sohrab Ahmari

Arts and Letters

Prospects for a conservative counter-revolution?, Jeremy Beer (American Conservatism: Reclaiming an Intellectual Tradition, edited by Andrew J. Bacevich)

Local Nationalism, Aristocratic Populism; Emile Doak (They’re Not Listening: How the Elites Created the Nationalist Populist Revolution, Ryan James Girdusky & Harlan Hill)

Reality is a Harsh Mistress, Charles Marohn (Living in the Long Emergency: Global Crisis, the Failure of the Futurists, and the Early Adapters Who Are Showing Us the Way Forward, James Howard Kunstler)

The Moral Roots of Our Foreign Policy Crisis, Matt Purple (Democracy and Leadership, Irving Babbitt; Democracy and Imperialism, William S. Smith)

Classical Music’s Mercurial Populist, R.J. Stove (Poulenc: A Biography, Roger Nichols; Poulenc: The Life in the Songs, Graham Johnson)

Kipling: Poet Laureate of Soldiers, Sailors, and Colonizers; Gil Barndollar, (If: The Untold Story of Kipling’s American Years, Christopher Benfey; Something of Themselves: Kipling, Kingsley, Conan Doyle and the Anglo-Boer War, Sarah LeFanu)

Faith and Reason in Dostoevsky, J.P. O’Malley (Lectures on Dostoevsky, Joseph Frank)