Four decades of classic essays . . . with gratitude.
Why did Israel fail to anticipate the Yom Kippur War?
Our newest public intellectuals are little more than cynical, polished speakers on the Silicon Valley circuit.
Some Holocaust survivors have returned to the concentration camps, this time as visitors.
Mom and Dad encourage a “leisurely stroll” toward adulthood.
Novels, like movies, weren't always a medium for serious, creative expression.
Economists should stop ignoring the moral and ethical dimensions of their theories.
Liberals and conservatives share the same enemy: byzantine government programs.
If you want to fight big government, you have to stop fighting wars.
History says reductions in defense spending often concentrate the minds of American strategists in beneficial ways.