Articles By Andrew Stuttaford
 
December/January 2016/17
The new President will face huge problems, though he may be the cure rather than a symptom. It is hard to be optimistic about his chances
 
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October 2016
Hillary Clinton may manage to knock Humpty Trumpty off his wall, but who will put the United States back together again?  
 
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May 2016
"If the Donald is the GOP candidate, he will lose. The only question then will be how great the damage to the rest of the party will be"
 
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March 2016
The President And The Apprentice is an intriguingly contrarian retelling of the story of Nixon and the Eisenhower presidency
 
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January/February 2014
For American conservatives to return to the White House in 2016, they must stop running up an escalator that is moving down
 
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About Andrew Stuttaford

Andrew Stuttaford works in the international financial markets, and writes frequently about cultural and political issues in a number of US publications. He is a contributing editor of National Review Online.

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