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Western Civilisation In Crisis
'What makes the West unique are not recent phenomena, such as modern technology, but cultural factors which had been at work long before modernisation began some two centuries ago'
The Man On Whom Everything Was Lost
“Jeremy Jacobson,” he said, putting out a hand. “I’m a graduate student but very passionate about Henry James.”
The Long Shadow Of Malthus
The Reverend Malthus's ideas have justified some of the greatest crimes in history
Beyond Obama: Advice To The Next President
The foreign policy of the last 15 years has been a disastrous oscillation between missionising and monkishness.
Finding solace in a corner of a foreign field
Saved From The Bonfire: The Tom Wolfe Papers
A visit to the Tom Wolfe papers at the New York Public Library reveals a writer who helps America make sense of itself
Liberty And Sovereignty
"The refusal to accept any domination of the Continent by one power has been the biggest British contribution to European peace and prosperity"
Art And Public Culture In The 1830s And Today
A lecture by Charles Saumarez Smith
Charles Saumarez Smith
The Casanova Of LaSalle Street
A new short story by Joseph Epstein
A new short story
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above