Magazine April 11, 2016, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

‐ Bernie Sanders’s campaign is fading, leaving his supporters red, white, and blue.

‐ It is neither a surprise nor an accident that the latest major Islamist terrorist attack to befall Europe targeted Brussels, the heart of European multiculturalism. Decades of willful blindness to the problem of ideological fanaticism left the capital of the European Union neglectful of serious threats to its security. In March, the Islamic State exploited that vulnerability, detonating explosives at Brussels’s Zaventem Airport and a major subway station during the morning rush hour, killing more than 30 people and wounding at least another 230. It would be

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In This Issue

Articles

Features

Books, Arts & Manners

Sections

Politics & Policy

Letters

Bush Appreciated Thanks to Jay Nordlinger for his “43 and His Theme: A Visit with George W. Bush” (March 14). It’s a shame that Bush didn’t do more, rhetorically, to defend ...
Politics & Policy

The Week

‐ Bernie Sanders’s campaign is fading, leaving his supporters red, white, and blue. ‐ It is neither a surprise nor an accident that the latest major Islamist terrorist attack to befall ...
The Long View

Final Bulletin

FINAL BULLETIN The 2016 National Review Post-Election Cruise, Official Program Thanks for signing up for the 2016 National Review Post-Election Cruise aboard Holland America’s luxurious cruise ship MS Nieuw Amsterdam. We will be ...
Politics & Policy

Poetry

WOMAN AT A MOTEL WINDOW Frost from her breath on glass, Thin arteries made dark By a slow finger’s pass, Are the hand’s speech, and mark As something to be said Her waiting emptiness. She writes; behind ...

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