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Kevin Williamson

Kevin Williamson

Kevin Williamson is a correspondent for National Review. He reviewed J.D. Vance’s Hillbilly Elegy in our October 2016 issue.

Laura Ingalls Wilder

Laura Ingalls Wilder has finally won her rightful place alongside Mark Twain and Harper Lee as the Association for Library Services to Children moves to...

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feminism

When I was an English major at the University of Texas, I often found myself registering for classes late because I was still paying off...
transgender

For all the stupidity of our current moment in history, the United States today is not very much like Weimar Germany.

Julia Kristeva, one of the world’s most celebrated intellectuals, has long pronounced herself the enemy of all totalitarianisms. The Bulgarian government now tells a different...
Roseanne

Roseanne is poor again. That’s good news for her, and for ABC: Nearly 30 million people now have watched the first episode of her rebooted...

Thomas Sowell is that rarest of things among serious academics: plainspoken. This characteristic, a by-product of both his innate temperament and the intellectual courage for...

Why Marx Was Right By Terry Eagleton Yale University Press, 272 pages The word “capitalism,” invented by Karl Marx as a term of ignominy, has become a term...

The Death of American Virtue: Clinton vs. Starr By Ken Gormley Crown, 800 pages Ken Gormley is a chronicler of political minutiae with an odd and endearing affection...