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What Would Richard Pipes Say Today?

What Would Richard Pipes Say Today?

Richard Pipes—historian, Reaganite, and, some might say, Russophobe—would not have been surprised.

Michael Jindra, Paul J. Welch Behringer
Ostrich Republicans

Ostrich Republicans

Too many Republicans are keeping their heads in the sand rather than engaging with the public over today's crises.

Devon Cross
Conservatism, Once and Future
Books

Conservatism, Once and Future

In their new books, Matthew Continetti illuminates while Yoram Hazony stumbles.

Mike Watson
Speakers Old and New

Speakers Old and New

Is Kevin McCarthy Newt's Legacy?

Gary J. Schmitt
Hazony’s Un-American Conservatism
Books

Hazony’s Un-American Conservatism

Yoram Hazony’s new book steeps national conservatism in his own imagined American history.

William A. Galston
The New Language Police

The New Language Police

And what to call people who have nowhere to live.

David Skinner
The Emperor of All Maladies
Books

The Emperor of All Maladies

Siddhartha Mukherjee’s 2011 master account of the history of cancer is likely never to be bested.

Peter H. Schuck
Stargazers of Beauty
Books

Stargazers of Beauty

Jonathan Bate's book Bright Star, Green Light finds striking parallels in the life and work of John Keats and F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Matt Hanson