Adam Rowe

Adam Rowe

Humanity's Greatest Foe: Pandemics Through the Ages

Humanity's Greatest Foe: Pandemics Through the Ages

A review of Plagues and Peoples by William McNeill, Anchor, 365 pages (1998) Readers seeking a longer historical perspective on the coronavirus pandemic would do well to consider William H. McNeill’s brilliant book, Plagues and Peoples. Originally published in 1976, Plagues and Peoples shows, in less than 300 pages

Adam Rowe
Adam Rowe
COVID-19
No, Jonathan Haidt is Not Like a Slavery Apologist

No, Jonathan Haidt is Not Like a Slavery Apologist

Eve Fairbanks, in an essay for the Washington Post, argues that many of the writers on the so-called “reasonable right,” a group that includes such seemingly benign figures as Bari Weiss and Jonathan Haidt, are making many of the same arguments and using much the same language as proslavery advocates

Adam Rowe
Adam Rowe
Free Speech