Reviews of Books

Ties that Bind

Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. 

America's Relentless Suitor LOCK-ICON

There is much to learn from Nixon’s virtues and vices.

Hear Her Roar LOCK-ICON

A new biography.

Team of Rivals

Unpacking the clash between Hamilton and Jefferson in George Washington's administration. 

Nature in the Dock LOCK-ICON

Why does the natural law matter?

Liberty or Death

Believers of limited government should take heart. 

Second-Class Citizens

How fare conservative professors on college campuses?

The Hidden Costs of Immigration

Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy.

The Power of Markets LOCK-ICON

Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. 

Rising Tides and Mega-Yachts LOCK-ICON

Inequality reexamined. 

Something Smells Phishy LOCK-ICON

Do we need a new economic analysis that takes into account deception? 

Manifest Quagmire LOCK-ICON

What stakes does the United States have in the Middle East?

This is Sparta LOCK-ICON

A history of Spartan strategy. 

Missing the Poetry

A new look at Goethe's poetry. 

Must Everyone Write English?

English is the universal language, but at what cost? 

Unabashed Elitism

Hughes’s memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. 

Bad Company LOCK-ICON

The true meaning of friendship. 

September Song LOCK-ICON

The baby boomers are approaching retirement. 


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