Tribes of terror

Our friends at the Claremont Review of Books (subscribe here) advise us that the upcoming winter issue promises to be one of the best yet, with essays by Victor Davis Hanson on the inevitability of mistakes (but not victory) in warfare, Andrew Busch on the 2008 presidential race, Harry V. Jaffa on the moral universe of Lincoln’s favorite Shakespeare play, Macbeth, and much more.
Stanley Kurtz’s review/essay on Waziristan makes a signal contribution to our understanding of the current crisis in Pakistan, how Islamic terrorists are taking over and what can be done about it. Al-Qaeda and the Taliban have made Pakistan


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