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Michael Anton is a lecturer and research fellow at Hillsdale College, a senior fellow at the Claremont Institute, and a former national security official in the Trump administration.
Articles by Michael Anton
What the effort to impeach President Trump is really about.
In the spiritual war for the disaffected youth on the right, conservatism is losing. BAPism is winning.
The beginning of a new conservatism?
Donald Trump and political philosophy.
Birthright citizenship is neither constitutional nor conservative.
Trump versus the democracy experts.
And the debate rages on.
It's time to find a reasonable way forward.
Why do we need more people in this country, anyway?
How the Left learned to love the super-rich.
Wolfe's four novels are nothing if not entertaining - so much so that even friendly reviewers tend to overlook their underlying seriousness.
Michael Anton learns to transform the mundane into the sublime, one plate at a time.
The Beach Boysâ€™ Smile is an American masterpiece.
Napa Valley is California, only more so.
A review of Nuclear Terrorism: The Ultimate Preventable Catastrophe, by Graham Allison On Nuclear Terrorism, by Michael Levi The Nuclear Express: A Political History of the Bomb and Its Proliferation, by Thomas C. Reed and Danny B. Stillman
A review of I am Charlotte Simmons, by Tom Wolfe
Both Hammett and Chandler wrote mysteries, and mysteries are down-market in the literary world â€” good for making money, but not for garnering prestige.
Tom Wolfe has been on a lonely crusade for more than a decade.