Richard Brookhiser is a senior editor at National Review and the author of What Would the Founders Do? Our Questions, Their Answers (Basic Books).
|By: Lucas E. Morel|
|Posted: May 29, 2015|
|This article appeared in: Vol. XV, Number 2, Spring 2015|
A review of Founders’ Son: A Life of Abraham Lincoln, by Richard Brookhiser
|The Thinking Man's Founder|
|By: Michael P. Zuckert|
|Posted: July 1, 2013|
|This article appeared in: Vol. XIII, Number 2 - Spring 2013|
A review of James Madison and the Making of America, by Kevin R. C. Gutzman; James Madison, by Richard Brookhiser; and James Madison: A Son of Virginia and a Founder of the Nation, by Jeff Broadwater...
|By: Forrest McDonald|
|Posted: November 6, 2006|
|This article appeared in: Vol. VI, Number 4 - Fall 2006|
What would the Founders do?...
|A Rake's Progress|
|By: Jack Barlow|
|Posted: September 8, 2003|
|This article appeared in: Vol. III, Number 4 - Fall 2003|
Brookhiser gives us a portrait of a man who is too worldly to be approached as a hero, yet not so world-weary that we can be cynical....
|The Genteel Decline of America's First Dynasty|
|By: Charles R. Kesler|
|Posted: February 6, 2002|
|This article appeared in: Vol. II , Number 2 - Winter 2002|
The age's general challenge to American ideals becomes more of a genteel story of the accumulating burden of the past within the family Adams