The Progressives bequeathed us a regime without legitimacy.
Richard Hofstadter's civilized discourse.
The mess the Boomers made will long be with us.
The consolations of philosophy.
Eleanor Roosevelt's career was a vindication of every misogynist cliché about women in politics.
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.
The watchwords of the revolution of 2020 might well be, “With malice toward all, and charity for miscreants.”
The regime of modern liberty desperately needs old wisdom to avoid abandoning with contempt its own crucial preconditions.
The campaign to curtail speech in order to promote social justice is gathering strength.