What the Right got wrongâ€”and right.
A symposium featuring George Gilder, Robert Higgs, Stephen Moore, and Alan Reynolds.
The parallel lives of Frederick Douglas and Abraham Lincoln.
Shakespeare's plays were ubiquitous in antebellum America.
Can any film do justice to the political genius of Abraham Lincoln?
In the end, public opinion is central to the perpetuation of our political institutions.
Great political oratory depends on an occasion, as does great statesmanship itself.
A review of Bush at War, by Bob Woodward and The Right Man, by David Frum