Magazine November 13, 2017, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

‐ So it took only 20 percent of the U.S. uranium supply to make Hillary radioactive.

‐ Former president George W. Bush gave an address in New York on “the Spirit of Liberty.” Journalists highlighted apparent shots at Trump (“Bullying . . . in our public life sets a national tone”). The vectors of the speech outlined an America determined to uphold order and liberty throughout the world, a contrast to the vectors of Trump’s emphasis on national self-interest. The ex- and the current president share wide areas of agreement: Neither man disputes the value of alliances, or the world’s (and

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IN PLATO’S CAVE As lights in some cheap movie lit Reveal the filth in which we sit; And eyes around recoil in fright: In Plato’s cave we hate the light. But dream of being in ...
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Kindergarten Controversy We at Catherine Cook School are shocked and disappointed that National Review would allow Frederick Hess and Grant Addison’s article, “Classes of Kindergarteners” (October 15), to be printed without ...
The Week

The Week

‐ So it took only 20 percent of the U.S. uranium supply to make Hillary radioactive. ‐ Former president George W. Bush gave an address in New York on “the Spirit ...

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