In only its second year

In only its second year of publication, the Claremont Review of Books goes from strength to strength under the inspired editorship of Charles Kesler. It has become a sound conservative counterpart to the New York Review of Books. The Review’s winter issue is now available online and the issue is a cornucopia. Let me start by recommending two pieces, with more to follow later: Steve Hayward’s “Reagan’s Triumph” and Angelo Codevilla’s “War At Last?” Enjoy!

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