History

Conservative Defenses of the GOP's Tax Bill Are Getting Creative

Some thoughts on penmanship and partisanship, in the 18th century and now.

By Nathan Pippenger

The Forgotten Roots of Antifa

Although defenses of Antifa, like a recent one in The New Inquiry, are relevant, the movement may do well to remember its less romanticized intellectual roots, from Orwell to Camus.

By Kevin Mattson

Lincoln Ascending

It takes Sidney Blumenthal awhile to get to Lincoln, but it’s worth the wait.

By David S. Reynolds