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  • Editor's Note: Winter 2021

    Politics divides; commerce and goodwill unite. That truth has been driven home as waves of politically motivated violence have swept the nation. Ismael Hernandez observes that the underlying
  • Solzhenitsyn: Prophet to America

    Solzhenitsyn and American Culture: The Russian Soul in the West. David P. Deavel and Jessica Hooten Wilson, eds. University of Notre Dame Press. 2020. 392 pages. Reviewed by John Couretas
  • Political violence, Left and Right

    In the past year, many American cities experienced violent outbursts during and after protests led by groups such as Black Lives Matter (BLM) and Antifa’s united front. Their attacks still
  • Rev. Maciej Zięba, O.P. (1954-2020)

    Few people have the courage to resist a totalitarian system from within; fewer still have the intellectual and moral grounding to plant the seeds of its metamorphosis into a free and
  • The solution to political violence?

    The defining political moments of the last 12 months came not from the lackluster presidential campaign, but from months of explosive violence. Riots and looting associated with Black Lives
  • A revolution of decency

    Orderly elections, the peaceful transfer of power from one administration to the next, and public confidence in the institutions responsible for ensuring that these things transpire are
  • Brexit: Freedom beckons

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his chief Brexit negotiator, David Frost, achieved an extraordinary success in the negotiations to leave the European Union. At midnight (Brussels
  • Editor's Note: Fall 2020

    This issue goes to press as the presidential election is ending – both causes for rejoicing. But its theme remains relevant long after the votes are tallied, because politics represents a