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An intellectual autopsy of the movement.
No, not yet, not so long as it has the run of government and the programs it created to keep itself in power.
A history of past greatness at home and abroad, and, since 1960, of growing weakness, hubris, and failure.
What was once the indispensable state is now an asylum of decline that threatens to drag the rest of America down with it.
Should a U.S. president be ordering the assassination of a U.S. citizen-turned-terrorist?
Is the American Dream still alive?
Our annual list of holiday gift suggestions from distinguished readers and writers.
In Washington, the Hitchens Brothers disagree, but with a poignant friendliness.