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Don't trust anyone over, say, 65 (though you can trust Diana West).
There was a time when the only escape from urban filth, noise, and stench was a pigsty.
With Triumph Forsaken Mark Moyar has emerged as a leading revisionist historian of the Vietnam War -- and David Halberstam's New York Times hasn't reviewed his book.
A poignant and inspiring portrait of Air Force Colonel Bud Day -- the most decorated American fighting man alive.
Andrew Ferguson's adventures in Abraham Lincoln's America.
Drug addiction is a willful self-indulgence and not a disease, Theodore Dalrymple writes.
Denver Post columnist and Nanny State author David Harsanyi discusses the tyranny of the busybodies with TAS.
The sixth edition of the abridged Oxford English Dictionary is a work of heroic distillation.
Heeding the sober warnings of the indispensable Fred Ikle.
A tribute to the catholicity of the New Criterion's Hilton Kramer and Roger Kimball.