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In Defense of Constitutional Democracy
by Charles R. Kesler, p. 3 -
Who's Sorry Now?
by Ben Boychuk, p. 4 -
Bill Clinton is proud of his impeachment because he thinks he saved the Constitu...
Did Tocqueville Understand America?
by Ken Masugi, p. 5 -
Gray Matter on Green Affairs
by Steven Hayward, p. 6 -
Environmentalism is too important to be left to the environmentalists. Conservat...
Can We Talk?
by Glenn Ellmers, p. 7 -
In his new book, Peter Levine sees an America in which moral dialogue is at the ...
The New Progressive Era
by Peter Levine
A New Birth of Freedom
by Charles R. Kesler, pp. 8-9 -
More than 40 years ago, Harry V. Jaffa published Crisis of the House Divided, hi...
A New Birth of Freedom
by Harry V. Jaffa
Recipes for Anarchy
by Herman Belz, pp. 10-11 -
Secession is back in vogue among certain libertarians and traditionalists.
Forced into Gory Lincoln Revisionism
by Lucas E. Morel, pp. 12-13 -
The Left doesn't much care for the Great Emancipator, either.
Forced Into Glory
by Lerone Bennett, Jr.
Music Philosophy and Generation Y
by Martha Bayles, p. 14 -
Wine With Lunch
by William F. Buckley, Jr., pp. 14-16 -
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