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Protestantism’s Lasting Sting

In many ways, our ruling class remains more WASPy than either its critics or advocates may like to think.

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When Milo Wins, So Do SJWs

Conservative provocateurs are not “owning the libs.” They’re enabling them.

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Identity Crisis
Immigration and the Logic of Liberalism

A new book on immigration claims to offer an economic argument against open borders. Instead, it offers a cultural argument against modern liberalism.

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A Conversation With Heather Mac Donald
“More Studying and Less Sex. That Is Not Something to Be Regretted.”

TAI recently sat down with Heather Mac Donald to talk about her new book The Diversity Delusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine Our Culture. We discussed her views on identity politics and affirmative action, Donald Trump and deconstruction—and her views on campus romance. The following transcript has been edited for clarity.

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Confirmation Blues
The Presumption of Credence

In the Kavanaugh controversy, both outcomes were guaranteed to enrage half the country—but only one avoided a system-smashing incentive structure.

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Soft Despotism
The Bulverizing of the American Mind

A new book by Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff gives good advice but undermines its entire project in the process.

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No Exit
Left Rule or Mob Rule?

Getting rid of Sarah Jeong will set a terrible precedent. So will keeping her.

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