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The Great Wall of Harvard

Harvard’s admission bureaucracy, and its elite brethren, appear to have built a wall, and Asian-Americans have no desire to pay for it.

by Ken Masugi

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Young Americans for Folly

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Trump Will Get a Deal Done with North Korea

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Feeling Berned in Budapest

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One Nation

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Editor’s note: This essay appears in the Spring 2018 issue of the Claremont Review of Books. Reprinted by kind permission of the Claremont

The Respect Deficit

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He was duly and legally elected. It was a surprise to many and a great disappointment to a large

Making International Relations Great Again

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The fumbling and waffling in the American and international media on three urgent contemporary issues: North Korea, Iran, and

The Open Secret of the FBI’s Investigation of Trump’s Campaign

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For the past several days, the American public has been treated to quite a spectacle. Since President Trump first

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Andrew McCarthy on the Ongoing FBI Shenanigans

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Andrew C. McCarthy, a senior fellow at the National Review Institute and a contributing editor of National Review, is one of the leading journalists covering

Conrad Black on President Trump’s Trumping of Past Presidents

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Conrad Black has been one of Canada’s most prominent financiers for 40 years, and was one of the leading newspaper

Charles Kesler on Trump

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Charles R. Kesler, editor of The Claremont Review of Books, joined Seth Leibsohn on the Seth and Chris Show to

Michael Anton on a Fusionism for Our Time

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Michael Anton was a senior contributing editor at American Greatness from July 2016 until January 2017 when he became

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America 2.0

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The government so carefully and brilliantly designed by the Framers and embodied in the Constitution is no more.Don’t believe me?

‘Madman Theory’ Drives Media Mad

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During the 2016 election, candidate Donald Trump reportedly asked a foreign policy advisor why the United States couldn’t use

Watergate Done Legally: The Predictable Truth About Spying

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The tug-of war (and it is a war) between Fox News alongside a handful of Republicans on one hand,

Naked is the Best Disguise: the Bipartisan Deep State

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One of the mysteries of the deep state is just how deep it is. Like the Kryptos sculpture in

Conservatism, Inc. Collides with the Real World

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The saga of Kanye West’s recent transformation into a free-thinking, ostensibly right-leaning Twitter phenomenon brings with it interesting developments

U.S. Has Leverage in Dealings with Iran and North Korea

By | May 23rd, 2018|0 Comments

There has been a lot of misinformation about both getting out of the so-called Iran deal and getting into

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