Hacks Americana

Our friends at the Claremont Institute and the Claremont Review of Books have once again afforded us the privilege of rolling out a few pieces from the new (Winter) issue, which has just been mailed out to subscribers. Everything I think I know about American politics I’ve learned from the folks affiliated with the Institute and the CRB. The magazine also has friends in high places; copies of each new issue are shipped to the White House by overnight mail upon publication. Subscriptions to the CRB are only $14.95 a year; subscribe here.
Journalism in the founding era was rough stuff that crackled with vicious gossip and untruth. Yet it also displayed an eloquence and purpose that would be rare in any age; consider the seriousness of John Dickinson


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