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1. The Rise of Political Correctness
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2. Bad Company
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3. America's Relentless Suitor
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2205 leave. He did not give up even when she said she wanted to go out with other guys—indeed, he drove her to her dates. Eventually, she married him. Nixon went on to become America's relentless suitor. Nothing ever kept him from our national doorstep: not his 1960 loss to John F. Kennedy; not his defeat in the 1962 California's governor's race, which led to his “last press conference”; not his resignation after Watergate. In the 22 years since his death, his name has lingered in political conversation, usually as a warning or a slur. During the 2016 presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have each been likened to Richard Nixon, and not in a nice way. ' ' ' In The Nixon Effect, Douglas E. Schoen goes beyond the bogeyman clichés to explain why the 37th president was deeply consequential in ways both good and bad. Notwithstanding some glitches (details below), the book is well-researched and thoughtful, a worthy addition to the ever-expanding shelf political1705political correctness13191 Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Hear Her Roar Bcorrectness12691political correctness
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4. As Europe Devolves, America Centralizes
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3188as different, its weapons the ballot box, rubber stamp, and pen. Furthermore, other than in one civil war, the U.S. had shown that 50 states could unite to great advantage. Why is it, then, with Jean Monnet's body hardly cool, that Britain will leave the E.U., Scotland and Wales lust to devolve, Belgium and Italy each strain to break in two, Spain in three, Yugoslavia has shattered, Hungary may either quit or be expelled, Greece is like one's child who ends up a heroin addict in jail, extremist political movements are partying like it's 1936, and Marine Le Pen wants France out? Not even fully consummated, the European Union shows sign after sign of impending divorce. One need not be hostile to the idea of this union to know the essential flaw in its conception, namely the statist assumption that bureaucratic conceit will prevail over geography, history, tradition, and individual attachments, preferences, and loyalties. Greek profligacy and German prudence cannot sleep in the same bed. political2688political correctness8021 Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Hear Her Roar Bcorrectness7521political correctness
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5. Correspondence
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2824than the creation of a functioning militia for Florence. If he indeed wrought a “jailbreak,” it was by saying well what wiser statesmen already intuited. In doing so, far from erecting a “structure of brazen immorality” Machiavelli pointed a way out of the morass of the Italian Wars, and much other evil besides, brought about by the application of airy principle to the flawed material of mankind. Carsten Belanich Seattle, WA Algis Valiunas replies: Far from a small-time political operator principally of provincial significance, Machiavelli was a thinker and writer of genius who understood, and largely succeeded in, the philosophic project that Friedrich Nietzsche claimed for himself: the transvaluation of all values. Machiavelli demands and rewards the closest reading, preferably to be done with a copy of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics or Plato's Republic open beside The Prince. Machiavelli does his thinking with the ancient philosophic masters ever in mind, aspolitical2324political correctness14469 Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Hear Her Roar By: Freddy Gray A new biography. Must Everyoncorrectness13969political correctness
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6. George Washington Slept Here
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2527rable persons touched for an instant, and this stone becomes celebrated; it attracts the regard of a great people…. What has become of the thresholds of so many palaces? Who cares about them? Although citizens and foreign tourists might today pay a visit to Versailles or the Tower of London, those historical sites are remnants of regimes long since past. By contrast, much of the tourism in the United States involves places, events, persons, and objects that evoke and confirm fundamental political beliefs. Think of the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and Boston's Freedom Trail; think of Mount Vernon, Monticello, and Gettysburg. Philadelphia, long a center of patriotic tourism, now has a new entry: the Museum of the American Revolution (styled a little too preciously “M'AR”). The museum traces its origins to one precious relic: George Washington's war tent, which served as the general's office and sleeping quarters for eight long years, as he remained in the field wipolitical2027political correctness12394two centuries later was carried into space by John Glenn), but other devices as well, like the Great Seal of the United States, the Join-or-Die snake cartoon, the interlocking American Congress circle-of-states image, and numismatic emblems. Ben Franklin, who had a knack for graphic design, was involved in almost all of these unifying endeavors. Two other main criticisms have been lodged: the outsized presence of the Oneida Nation (major benefactors to the museum) and, more seriously, political correctness—that constant drumbeat of race, class, and gender. As to the Oneida Indians, we would be well-advised to follow the lead of General Washington who, in a speech to the tribe in the summer of 1778, declared: “I would confirm to you the good will of my heart towards all of your nation, the good Oneidas…who are a brave and wise people…. Brothers—You have fought along with our warriors—you have helped them to take one large army and to recover two of correctness11894political correctness
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7. Hear Her Roar
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7063r is an embittered leftie. Moore's approach is more nuanced. He shows that, though Thatcher may have appeared unstoppable, every week of these vital years was marked by petty anxieties and bureaucratic obstruction. Yet even amid the most detailed analyses of her endless rows with civil servants, Moore manages to remind us of Thatcher's overarching mission. She wanted to reshape politics, and the world, to conform to her will. She was engineering what we now call Thatcherism—a still-potent political philosophy. As Moore puts it: The concept of Thatcherism was simultaneously vague—in the sense that it had no agreed sacred text or statement of principles—and strong…. Instead of conservatism being a method of orderly retreat before the forces of socialist progress, Thatcherism saw it as a dynamic and creative force, the best way of advancing the prosperity and security of the many. Thatcherism set out to prove that the modern world could be shaped in the interestspolitical6563political correctness14417 Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Must Everyone Wcorrectness13917political correctness
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8. Horror Show
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6894lip;. [I]t isn't the specifics of an individual breakdown that are essential, but rather the very idea of breakdown, the dissolution of certainty and meaning.” In 2010, when The Walking Dead premiered, Americans were feeling, if not primal fear, then a deep current of anxiety arising from the financial crisis; the faltering of U.S. military and diplomatic interventions in the Middle East; the Wikileaks dumping of classified information; and a slew of festering problems long ignored by our political elites: depressed wages, joblessness, uncontrolled immigration, drug addiction, loss of community, family breakdown, and cultural debasement. When The Walking Dead became a hit, it was partly because (like certain other “hits” in popular culture) it resonated with the public mood without attempting to address any particular issues. During its first two seasons, some hardcore fans faulted The Walking Dead for focusing too much on the “soap opera,” by which they mpolitical6394political correctness16856hole new era. Is it an era of sophisticated, liberated expression? Or does it portend a plague? Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Hear Her Roar Bcorrectness16356political correctness
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9. How to Talk Like a Politician
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1513ls Search By Keyword By Book Author By Books Reviewed By Contributors Subscription Services My Account Subscribe to The CRB Renew Subscription Give Gift Subscription Help Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next How to Talk Like a Politician By: Joseph Epstein Download Article PDF Posted: October 17, 2017 This article appeared in: Volume XVII, Number 4, Fall 2017 welve or so years ago I heard that well-known political scientist Jackie Mason on the subject of the political rhetoric of the day, specifically on that of George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. In his characteristic Yiddo-staccato accent, Mason, as memory serves, said: This Bush, oy, what a terrible speaker! He can't get out a sentence without a hesitation, a stammer, a stutter. He's ungrammatical. From a subordinate clause he doesn't know, which doesn't stop him from butchering even the simplest of sentences. Everything is uh, ooh, ah. Like I spolitical1013political correctness17963ubjects, or chapters, that don't always quite fit together. A chapter on the incursions of marketing—and market researchers—into the domain of politics, and especially political campaigning, is included. As anyone who writes about political rhetoric in our day must, Thompson supplies a chapter on George Orwell's most famous—though far from best—essay, “Politics and the English Language.” He quite properly underscores that Orwell would have found the political correctness of our day “repugnant and absurd.” He notes the deficiency in Orwell's penchant for the short word by holding up those two short-word specialists, Sarah Palin and Donald Trump, both of whom Orwell would have found insufferable. The real enemy for Orwell was the political euphemism: what would have infuriated him was the word “pacification” used to cover “bombing” during Vietnam days, the use of “inner-city turmoil” to cover the breakdowcorrectness17463political correctness
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10. Liberty or Death
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2762are”), most commentators took for granted that this far-reaching legislation would easily withstand any constitutional challenge. Barnett was one of the very few constitutional lawyers to notice that requiring every person to buy health insurance—even someone not employed, nor engaged in buying or selling—went beyond the current loose judicial interpretation of Congress's power to “regulate commerce among the states.” After articulating his analysis in a variety of political forums, Barnett helped write the brief for the Supreme Court appeal by the National Federation of Independent Business, the main challenger to the ACA. Five Supreme Court Justices endorsed these arguments, holding that the Affordable Care Act couldn't be justified as a regulation of commerce. That wasn't enough to end the Obamacare project, alas. Chief Justice Roberts joined with four liberal Justices to uphold the measure as a tax—an interpretation that had not been argued beforpolitical2262political correctness12720 Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Hear Her Roar Bcorrectness12220political correctness
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11. Manifest Quagmire
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10503 511esidents. Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Hear political correctness10003political correctness
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12. Missing the Poetry
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13844 511its best. Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Hear Her Roar By: Freddy Gray A new biography. Must Everyone Write Englishpolitical correctness13344political correctness
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13. Must Everyone Write English?
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9636 511 world. Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Hear political correctness9136political correctness
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14. Nature in the Dock
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5966w even as they adapted certain categories of Roman law to new circumstances in England. ' ' ' Beyond these introductory legal texts, there were scores of other books that explicated the law of nature specifically, including the works of Hugo Grotius, Samuel Pufendorf, John Locke, and the others whom Hamilton had commended to Bishop Seabury on the eve of the American Revolution. Although law faculties did not exist1_b@b_1the first American universities, students did encounter the canonical texts of political philosophy in the regular curriculum and would have been well versed in natural law theory before even coming to Blackstone, whose Commentaries “was a point of entry to the common law for virtually every American law student” during the founding era and well into the 19th century. As Helmholz comments, it “is no source of wonder, therefore, that the law of nature should have appeared in the arguments and decisions in cases argued before American courts of law.” political5466political correctness15272 Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Hear Her Roar By: Freddy Gray A new biography. Must Everyone Write English? By: Marcorrectness14772political correctness
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15. Rising Tides and Mega-Yachts
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5848o have perpetrated the crisis—received from the official bailouts to stem the crisis. As the Financial Times noted, quoting Neel Kashkari, the head of the Minneapolis Fed who oversaw the bailouts, they “had ‘violated a core American belief' that risk takers had to bear the consequences of things going wrong.” It was the lack of retribution for the perpetrators of the financial crash—seen as the “underserving rich”—which fueled popular anger1_b@b_1the political “establishment.” Moreover, the reason for these financial excesses was not market failure, as Bourguignon seems to imply, but government failure. When Marriner Eccles created the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal to stem ubiquitous bank runs, he also established the Glass-Steagall Act, which separated the (public utility) commercial banking system from the (gambling) investment banking part. With the abolition of Glass-Steagall dupolitical5348political correctness13857 Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Hear Her Roar Bcorrectness13357political correctness
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16. Second-Class Citizens
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2479nded to go beyond merely observing liberal biases and the suppression of countercultural, conservative ideas; their mission is to fight back—intellectually and legally—against the injustices perpetrated against students and faculty alike by the one-party state that is the American university. Now, Jon A. Shields and Joshua M. Dunn, Sr., have produced an empirical study of the trials, tribulations, and triumphs of conservative professors within this dominantly progressive academy. As political scientists,1_b@b_1Claremont McKenna College and the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, respectively, Shields and Dunn are interested in what the data show. For example, they report that self-identified Marxists—a seemingly quaint category—still outnumber self-identified Republicans in social science fields. Furthermore, the Left-Right ideological imbalance extends well back into the middle part of the 20th century, or further. Today, sociologists report they would rathepolitical1979political correctness15302 Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Hear Her Roar Bcorrectness14802political correctness
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17. September Song
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4124ome and abroad. He promises to make America great again. That these competing nostalgias on the Left and Right ignore the realities and challenges of 21st-century American life matters little. Americans of all generations increasingly view politics the way boomers do: as an opportunity to turn selfishly inward, and to express one's anger, anxieties, longings, grievances, and pessimism. Or, as Yuval Levin puts it in his brilliant new book, The Fractured Republic (reviewed on page 18), “our political, cultural, and economic conversations today overflow with the language of decay and corrosion, as if our body politic is itself an aging boomer looking back upon his glory days.” Though some of these anxieties and frustrations are self-indulgent, others are entirely reasonable—such as fears about the nation's future, and the future of children and grandchildren—and should not be condemned. And given that the influence of boomers appears to be rising rather than waningpolitical3624political correctness14536 Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Hear Her Roar Bcorrectness14036political correctness
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18. The Good War
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6255grimly in modern war. Pearl Harbor and Hitler did wonders for American national unity. But it is not for those outside causes that any American is nostalgic. What Americans miss is that generation's quiet confidence that their own life and liberty deserved to be defended, that their civilization, however imperfect, stood for a goodness and justice utterly lacking in the totalitarians, and that with God's help and their own best efforts, they would prevail. That same generation had fought bitter political battles over the New Deal, and would fight again over the Cold War and the Great Society. Americans have never shied from a good political fight, disagreement inhering in self-government. Two of our wars, the Revolution and the Civil War, pitted us against fellow countrymen. Our unity is hard-fought. That's a good reason to visit Gettysburg, after you've enjoyed the marvels of the National WWII Museum. Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from political5755political correctness7171 Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Hear Her Roar Bcorrectness6671political correctness
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19. The Hidden Costs of Immigration
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2275e be fought there. The candidate,1_b@b_1his announcement speech, spent a few minutes on immigration but then moved on to China, ISIS, Obamacare, the national debt, the Second Amendment, his desire to be a kind of National Cheerleader, and his own net worth. Trump's skepticism about mass immigration won the attention of his primary opponents and the journalists who covered him because it seemed crazy—almost pitiable. For a generation, mass immigration has held a place of honor in each party's political theology. It fits Democrats' anti-racism and Republicans' supply-side economics. There is a bipartisan magic about open borders. When the needs of immigration conflict with those of democracy, it is democracy that gets pushed aside. Federal and state authorities have left unenforced, and even flouted, the laws that govern employment, deportation, access to public services, and voting rights for non-citizens. In a 1994 referendum, five million Californians sought to deny welfare benefitpolitical1775political correctness21278st their purchase on democracy itself. Either way, in exchange for a nickel here and a nickel there, we appear to have created a political problem of considerable gravity. Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome The Power of Markets By: Brian Domitrovic Brian Domitrovic reviews two books on economics. Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Hear Her Roar Bcorrectness20778political correctness
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20. The Power of Markets
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14709 511ver will. Back | Section | Table of Contents | Next At a glance: More from this issue Ties that Bind By: David Azerrad Our problem is that our perceptions are distorted by nostalgia. Horror Show By: Martha Bayles What does The Walking Dead say about American anxieties? The Hidden Costs of Immigration By: Christopher Caldwell Liberalized immigration is a policy that cannot be carried out without simultaneous injuries to democracy. The Rise of Political Correctness By: Angelo M. Codevilla From Marx to Gramsci to Trump. Unabashed Elitism By: Bruce Cole Hughes's memoir is a a rollicking saga of his turbulent life. Correspondence Machiavelli; Hamilton; Rome Nature in the Dock By: Justin Dyer Why does the natural law matter? Missing the Poetry By: John M. Ellis A new look1_b@b_1Goethe's poetry. Hear Her Roar By: Freddy Gray A new biography. Must Everyone Write English? By: Mark A. Heberle Epolitical correctness14209political correctness
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