There’s no substitute as a source of social cohesion
Every coherent writer praises something, implicitly or explicitly.
Olasky notices small-government and religious themes in the history of journalism that other historians have ignored.
A professor makes the case in a new book for the beauty and logic of the language.
Even by Jamelle Bouie’s standards, this is low and dishonest.
Rich Lowry has been celebrating the official launch of his book this week.
A review of Edison, by Edmund Morris.
A review of Who Killed Civil Society? The Rise of Big Government and Decline of Bourgeois Norms, by Howard A. Husock.
A review of They Will Have to Die Now: Mosul and the Fall of the Caliphate, by James Verini.
A review of Give Me Liberty: A History of America’s Exceptional Idea.