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John B. Kienker
John B. Kienker is the managing editor of the Claremont Review of Books, and co-editor of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness: Ten Years of the Claremont Review of Books.
He earned his B.A. at Boston College, an M.A. in British and American Literature at Fordham University, and his Ph.D. in Political Philosophy and American Government at Claremont Graduate University.
Articles by John B. Kienker
A call to renew our devotion to the principles of the American founding.
Supporting sloppy scholarship puts the conservative movement's respectability at stake.
The Gilda Lehrman Collection invites Americans to fall in love with their history.
Ingraham's great political divide is the Elites vs. "We the People".
If Jefferson were to see this supposed "love letter" to himself, he would surely file for a restraining order, or at least a change of address.
The greatest fault of 'Profiles in Courage for Our Time' is that no one associated with the project understands what courage is- and what it isn't.