Reviews
The Theotropic Instinct

The temptation to mix religion and politics springs eternal.

The Wondrous Wall of Separation

American church-state relations in practice.

What Makes a Neocon?

Is neoconservatism a “Jewish mindset”?

On Toleration

Postmodern toleration has its dogmatic side.

Self-Made Man?

Meet the visionaries of the new eugenics.

The Road to Pakistan's Bomb

Was America complicit in Islamabad’s nukes? Hardly.

Capitalism and Democracy

Markets, democracy and global carpet-bagging.

Semper Fidel

As Castro’s life ebbs, books about him continue to flow.

Retroview: In His Proper Place

Samuel Smiles, the quintessential Victorian, is back.

Our Favorite Frenchman

Three books on Alexis de Tocqueville pay homage, sort of.

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