The Claremont Review of Books offers bold arguments for a reinvigorated conservatism, which draws upon the timeless principles of the American Founding and applies them to the moral and political problems we face today. By engaging policy at the level of ideas, the CRB aims to reawaken in American politics a statesmanship and citizenship worthy of our noblest political traditions.



Volume XV Number 2

Table of Contents

From the Editor's Desk

Charles R. Kesler: 
I'm Offended

Correspondence

Essays

William Voegeli: 
Which Side Are You On?

Angelo M. Codevilla: 
The Courage of His Contradictions

Larry P. Arnn: 
Martin Gilbert among the Wodges

Michael Anton: 
Woman in Full

Reviews of Books

Mollie Ziegler Hemingway: 
Monkey Business

Jay Cost: 
Party Animals

Lee Edwards: 
Fatal Symmetry

Christopher Caldwell: 
Letting Bygones Be Bygones

Alan Gibson: 
Who Owns the Founding?

Lucas E. Morel: 
Our Fathers

Mackubin Thomas Owens: 
General of the Lost Cause

Allen C. Guelzo: 
Slavery All the Way Down

Edward Feser: 
Looking for Meaning in All the Wrong Places

Shadow Play

Martha Bayles: 
Good Cops, Bad Cops

Parthian Shot

David Lowenthal: 
Frost's Mite

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