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Wilfred M. McClay
Given the confused and dispirited state of American conservatism at the present moment, it is high time for a Russell Kirk revival.
National Review - December 7, 2015 issue
/ December 3, 2015
A new biography captures Richard John Neuhaus’s deep sense of vocation and the complexity of his personality.
Wall Street Journal
/ March 30, 2015
The omnivorous, placeless, and decontextualized permanence of the Internet contrasts sharply, even jarringly, with the ephemeral and whimsical and personal and intimate character—some of it potentially embarrassing and even damaging—of so many of the things we are posting on it.
The Hedgehog Review - Spring 2015 issue
/ March 29, 2015
A new book argues that liberalism has proven to be the mortal enemy, rather than the generous friend, of the middle and working classes.
Claremont Review of Books
/ March 3, 2014
The ceaseless quest for redemption in politics and culture may be one of the chronic infirmities of American national life, but it ultimately speaks well of who we are as a people.
The Wilson Quarterly
/ April 30, 2013
George W. Bush’s Evangelical Conservatism: Or, How the Republicans Became Red
Part of the American Culture and Democracy, Fall 2004 Lecture Series
Wednesday, February, 23, 2005