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Book Reviews

Going South

Going South

Because the South can no longer be taken for granted by Democrats, Democrats have moved to the right to maintain presidential viability.
Wilson’s World

Wilson’s World

A review of a The Ideas that Conquered the World: Peace, Democracy, and Free Markets in the Twenty-first Century, by Michael Mandelbaum
Doing What We Can

Doing What We Can

The book offers gripping descriptions of today's killing fields, but ultimately cannot formulate a reason why outsiders must intervene in them.
Altered States

Altered States

The lesson drawn by Judge Noon is that the Court should more or less abdicate its responsibility for enforcing the Constitution's limits.

Essays

Correspondence

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