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National Review: 1776: A Lockean Revolution

07/15/2021

This English philosopher had a hand in two of the greatest political revolutions for human freedom in world history. That’s a legacy worth recalling this July 4.

National Review: Anti-Semitism Is an Attack on American Principles

06/08/2021

America and Jews owe each other a great debt. An attack on one is an attack on both.

National Review: How C. S. Lewis Accepted Christianity

04/07/2021

His friend J. R. R. Tolkien provided a compelling, ingenious argument, one worth remembering this Easter Sunday.

National Review: An American Defense of Britain’s Constitutional Monarchy

03/23/2021

The royal family is not simply an important part of British culture. It represents a valuable political inheritance, one to which Americans owe a great deal.

National Review: Churchill’s Prophetic Warning: ‘An Iron Curtain Has Descended’

03/05/2021

Seventy-five years ago, Churchill dared to imagine the end of the Cold War, before it even began.

National Review: For the Love of Country, Pull Back from the Brink

03/03/2021

The future of conservatism, and the nation, depends on coming together and restoring faith in the American story.

The Federalist: How the Suffering of World Wars Seeded the Creativity of J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis

02/17/2021

“If they won’t write the kinds of books we want to read,” Lewis announced to Tolkien, “we shall have to write them ourselves.”

National Review: Reagan’s Fight for American Renewal, Revisited

01/21/2021

The Gipper’s first inaugural address revived the concept of American exceptionalism, while stressing national unity.

National Review: Walter Hooper, R.I.P.

12/12/2020

The American who more than anyone else brought C.S. Lewis to the world has passed away at the age of 89.

Wall Street Journal: Preserving the Legacy of C.S. Lewis

11/25/2020

At 89, Walter Hooper hasn’t lost his enthusiasm for the celebrated author.