Rise of Corbyn The Derangement of the British Left
Revisiting the 1982 novel that foretold Jeremy Corbyn’s rise—and revealed the conspiratorial worldview at the heart of contemporary Leftist politics.
Homo Americanus A Cowboy Life in Poetry
Who would have thought that real cowboy versifying was still around as late as the 1950s?
2016 The Political Vocabulary of Bernie Sanders
Senator Bernie Sanders needs to address the most fundamentally divisive vocabulary of all, namely the twin dualities of “left vs. right” and “liberal vs. conservative.”
To Havel and Havel Not Václav, We Never Knew Ye
Whether they like it or not, the Czechs are the nation of Havel. What they need to work out, with the help of biographies like Michael Žantovský’s, is what that means.
Kissinger: The Idealist The Education of Henry Kissinger
Niall Ferguson’s Kissinger: The Idealist is a brilliant, magisterial work, as clever, perceptive, and occasionally contrarian as its complicated subject.
Far-Right Rising Cleaning Up Real Nice
Europe’s far-Right has discovered that the road to electoral respectability involves rejecting anti-Semitism and embracing Israel.