Civic iconoclasts are wrong to target the early Supreme Court chief justice for owning slaves while working against slavery.
Dan McLaughlin and Wilfred Reilly discuss their recent NR essays with Pete Turner on his Break It Down Show.
If Lincoln was giving up on the Constitution and on the spirit of compromise that undergirded it . . . well, why didn’t he?
Nikole Hannah-Jones gets American history backwards.
Have we forgotten those who embody an American ideal?
In the latest issue of National Review, we take a look at the 1619 Project book and its ideas from a number of directions.