liberalism

Reflections on Solzhenitsyn's Harvard Address

Reflections on Solzhenitsyn's Harvard Address

In his 1978 Harvard commencement address, A World Split Apart, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, a fierce enemy of the Soviet system, delivered a forceful and insightful critique of the West, a society which he characterized as spiritually weakened by rampant materialism. The man who, when forced to leave his own country four

Sergiu Klainerman
Sergiu Klainerman
Crisis of Faith
PODCAST 105: Yoram Hazony on the Challenge of Marxism

PODCAST 105: Yoram Hazony on the Challenge of Marxism

Yoram Hazony, author of The Virtue of Nationalism, talks about the why liberal institutions like the New York Times have proved so vulnerable to capture by the hard Left. He wrote about this recently for Quillette.

Quillette
Quillette
democracy
The Challenge of Marxism

The Challenge of Marxism

I. The collapse of institutional liberalism For a generation after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, most Americans and Europeans regarded Marxism as an enemy that had been defeated once and for all. But they were wrong. A mere 30 years later, Marxism is back, and making an

Yoram Hazony
Yoram Hazony
Conservativsm
I Was Invited to Testify on Energy Policy. Then Democrats Didn't Let Me Speak

I Was Invited to Testify on Energy Policy. Then Democrats Didn't Let Me Speak

Today, shortly after giving expert testimony to Congress about energy policy, I had the startling experience of being smeared by sitting members of the United States House of Representatives. The context was a special House Committee hearing to evaluate a Democratic proposal similar to the one proposed by Democratic presidential

Michael Shellenberger
Michael Shellenberger
Activism