Nothing should be more natural for a conservative than care for nature.
Two new books on states' rights provide occasion for examining major themes in this libertarian project.
On Clinton's obsession with his own legacy.
We are entering, as Clinton announced at Princeton, "the new Progressive Era."
In this egalitarian age, Mansfield and Winthrop want to convey the book's salutary teachings for democracy but also to keep Tocqueville safe for an aristocracy of readers and thus do their part in fostering an aristocratic world within democracy.
At the heart of Bennett's revisionist appraisal of Lincoln's legacy is the claim that the Emancipation Proclamation did not free a single slave, nor was it Lincoln's intention to do so.