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This well-researched book provides a new, absorbing prism through which to view the tragedy that was Yalta.
Trump, imperfect as he is, is like a finger in a dike that, if removed, would loose a deluge.
With his remarkable longevity, Henry Kissinger might still be available to negotiate another American surrender.
These ugly books put to the test any hope that the divide in our country can be resolved peacefully.
It’s early days but another vista of broken and renewed friendships may be opening up.
The Democratic Party must show more respect for people like the Trump Democrats.
Cass Sunstein and Adrian Vermeuele have provided an accessible defense of a curiously ill-defined beast—the “administrative state.”
Studying Thatcher through Charles Moore’s eyes provides lessons about statecraft that will never stale.
There is a long and storied history of presidents who have been authors of books that display admirable literary skill.
Never Trump intellectuals can be every bit as crude as their detested nemesis.
The current Republican Party has many problems, but the attempt to pathologize the GOP is deeply anti-democratic.
Edward Banfield's book was ahead of its time––and ours.