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An unorthodox journal studying the virtues & vices of the American higher education establishment.

Fall 2021

A country that had prided itself as premised on God-given natural rights and equality under the law, and not on blood, soil, race, or ethnicity, is now saturated in identity politics, group entitlements, racial animosity, and victimhood. When will this flood dry? Articles in this issue by Wilfred Reilly, Gerson Moreno-Riaño, John Staddon, George La Noue, Dan Subotnik, and many others.

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August 23, 2021

Issue at a Glance

Volume 34, Issue 3, at a glance.

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Letters

Letters to the editor.

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August 23, 2021

Enough is [Never?] Enough

Carol Iannone

The editor's introduction to this issue, in which every article, every review, and every feature is a slap in the face of the mob and an act of talking back to the racial arsonists, the cultural b......

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