Students wisely reject the humanities when they’re taught badly. There’s a better way.
Democrats are gearing up to reverse decades of successful policing.
Iran’s American apologists have scored an unprecedented triumph: Making the United States friendly toward a regime whose motto is ‘Death to America.’
The short story for July/August
Reagan, by H.W. Brands
Heretic, by Ayaan Hirsi Ali
The Great War of Our Time, by Michael Morell
Catch the Jew!, by Tuvia Tenenbom
Every institution has its rise and fall.
The World Beyond Your Head, by Matthew B. Crawford
Carolina Israelite, by Kimberly Marlowe Hartnett
The Road to Character, by David Brooks
Mislaid, by Nell Zink
Responses to “The Moral Urgency of Anna Karenina” by Gary Saul Morson
Responses to “The Nisman Case and the Whitewashing of Iran” by Ben Cohen
Responses to “Philip Glass Half-Full” by Terry Teachout
The joke for July/August
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