The kings of the Confederacy.
A new translation of Virgil's epic.
Laura Ingalls Wilder’s American story.
Is Congress making good use of its constitutional powers?
Roger Scruton: modern conservative.
The Left needs to rethink its foreign policy.
In a world without final causes, reason cannot aim at truth.
Liberalism hasn’t failed; it is being destroyed.
Emily Wilson’s translation of The Odyssey is vibrant and contemporary.
The new elite’s superiority isn't even skin deep.
An interpretive history of the Constitution through ten lives.
Originalism is the most meaningful approach to constitutional interpretation.
Americans no longer seek a life that reflects the fullness of human experience.
A history of Israel told as a battle between rival factions over control of its people's guiding principles.
Giorgio Vasari is a forgotten luminary of the Renaissance.
Because Palestinians refuse to ask.
The economic consequences of unstoppable entitlement spending are alarming.
Lincoln and Churchill: brothers in arms.
Isaacson’s book emphasizes Leonardo’s scientific and technological endeavours.