A review of Our Declaration: A Reading of the Declaration of Independence in Defense of Equality, by Danielle Allen.
A review of Abraham Lincoln: Philosopher Statesman, by Joseph R. Fornieri.
A review of Loathing Lincoln: An American Tradition from the Civil War to the Present, by John McKee Barr.
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A review of Diversity Explosion: How New Racial Demographics Are Remaking America, by William H. Frey.
A review of Insurrections of the Mind: 100 Years of Politics and Culture in America, edited by Franklin Foer.
Too Big To Succeed A review of Why Government Fails So Often—And How It Can Do Better, by Peter H. Schuck.
A review of The Evangelical Origins of the Living Constitution, by John W. Compton.
A review of Jabotinsky: A Life, by Hillel Halkin.
A review of Inventing Freedom: How the English-Speaking Peoples Made the Modern World, by Daniel Hannan.
A review of Shakespeare and Classical Antiquity, by Colin Burrow.
A review of Philosophy Between the Lines: The Lost History of Esoteric Writing, by Arthur M. Melzer.
A review of Aquinas and the Nicomachean Ethics, edited by Tobias Hoffmann, Jörn Müller, and Matthias Perkams.
The debate over what we mean when we speak of rights, especially in the American context, often concerns what John Locke understood them to mean.
Two new biographies of Lillian Hellman confirm what we already knew: she was a liar and a fraud.