The missing link in the American Jewish community’s connection to Judaism.
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An experience in a Swedish hotel lobby prompts thoughts about the endurance of Western civilization.
Professor Mary Grabar and NewsReal’s David Swindle go toe-to-toe on the right response to the war on drugs.
French public intellectuals have a reputation—well-deserved—for being socialists, Marxists, or Trotskyists. One thinks in this regard of popular figures like Jean-Paul Sartre, Pierre Bourdieu, Jacques Derrida, and Simone de Beauvoir, all with fan clubs on American campuses. Some French thinkers, however, have carried forward another intellectual tradition, that of classical liberalism—pro-democracy and pro-market—and running from […]