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For most present-day pundits, Benjamin Britten matters primarily as a sexual dissident.
Democrats, by controlling the narrative around the great recession, have won a coup and gained effective control of American banking.
Are seceshers dreaming the impossible dream?
The Internet friendship of Frederic Raphael and Joseph Epstein.
Jeffrey Frank brings a novelist's touch to this sympathetic account of one of America's oddest political couples.
Aram Bakshian, Jr. reviews an early masterpiece by the Turkish Nobel Laureate.
Oil prices will only continue to rise, says Canadian economist Jeff Rubin. What happens when we hit the gas ceiling?
Part two of our interview with Thomas Sowell.
An interview with the Hoover economist on his new book, Intellectuals and Race.
Sympathetic unbeliever John Derbyshire visits Dover Beach with Roger Scruton.