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Yuval Levin

Yuval Levin

Yuval Levin, author of The Fractured Republic, is the editor of National Affairs.

Last week at a campaign event, John McCain was asked to comment on the connection between Autism and the presence of mercury in childhood vaccines....

I first discovered William F. Buckley in my early teens. In an effort, I suppose, to become more serious and informed, I started regularly reading...

The vehemence of the opposition to John McCain in many conservative quarters this past week naturally raises the question of where these folks were before...

Last night’s debate showed both why it’s terribly important for a Republican to prevail this November, and why it will be terribly difficult. It is important...

It’s too early to tell who either party’s nominee will be this year, but it’s not too early to say that the front-loading of the...

Daniel Casse argues that McCain’s victory shows that Republican voters know that Iraq needs to be their top priority. “John McCain won because he stuck...

Works & Days Godly Republic: A Centrist Blueprint for America’s Faith-Based Future by John J. DiIulio, Jr. University of California. 326 pp. $24.95 In a Republican primary debate in...

In Australia this week, professor of obstetrics Barry Walters has called on his country’s Parliament to tax every couple with more than two children to...

Fifteen years ago, a deep pessimism seemed to be stalking the American landscape. It arose from diverse quarters, took different forms, and cited a congeries...

A week ago, two teams of scientists announced they had successfully produced the equivalent of human embryonic stem cells by "reprogramming" skin cells, without the...

On Tuesday, New Jersey voters defeated a state ballot referendum that would have put $450 million of taxpayer funds into stem cell research....

Let us stipulate that it is not easy to run the House of Representatives. With its 435 massive egos, each subject to unique pressures and...