Conservatives Should Pursue Class Peace, Not War with the Coastal Meritocracy

The Golden Gate Bridge and the skyline of San Francisco, Calif. (hanusst / Getty Images)
The case against culture wars, the imperial presidency, and Leviathan

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I n 1821, the 19th-century French intellectual Amable Guillaume Prosper Brugière, baron de Barante, wrote On the Communes and the Aristocracy. It does not recommend itself to an American readership at first glance. The social and political dynamics once at play between the kings, lords, and peasants of the Old World would seem to be of little relevance in the United States, where these hereditary castes were returned to sender by General Washington and his compatriots some time ago. Americans are now deprived of a sight familiar to those of us in the United Kingdom: that of some latter-day viscount or

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