The Electoral College is both a steward and a guardian of our democracy.
Pierre Manent's latest book attempts to reestablish and revive the natural law tradition.
Charles R. Kesler's new book brings together the classical beginnings of the study of politics with the story of our nation in thought and deed.
Party competition and political discourse in America.
Andrew Bacevich’s conservative anthology is a progressive’s selection of the best of the American Right.
Joe McCarthy was neither grand inquisitor nor unscrupulous demagogue.
Eleanor Roosevelt's career was a vindication of every misogynist cliché about women in politics.
Hitler’s life is the most shocking example ever of the dangers of consistency.
The U.S. is still in a position to contain China’s challenge, but time runs short.
Why is the cosmopolitan dream of an open America suddenly poised to redefine the nation’s soul?
Charter schools’ success has provoked a strong reaction from the traditional public schools’ defenders.
Academic freedom’s most determined adversaries are inside academia.
Observant Jewish communities offer an example of continuity and adaptiveness found in few other Western communities.