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    Anthony Esolen

    Chronicles contributing editor Anthony Esolen has published 24 books, including Out of the Ashes: Rebuilding American Culture, an English translation of Dante’s Divine Comedy, and most recently a book of poetry, The Hundredfold: Song of the Lord.

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  • Powerful Interests Always Align Against the Independence of the Working Class

    Powerful Interests Always Align Against the Independence of the Working Class0

    What shall we do for American boys and men who are not going to college? That used to be a critical question for far-sighted patriots in both major parties. Only one of those parties now gives it an occasional thought, and mainly because of President Trump. The real estate magnate from Queens’ “opportunity zones” located

  • A Reign of Error

    A Reign of Error0

    At the end of The Unheavenly City: The Nature and the Future of Our Urban Crisis (1968), Edward Banfield presents a prospect regarding race relations that seems to have been fulfilled since his tumultuous years and ours: a reign of error. Let me set the stage. America had become the wealthiest nation in the history

  • Kangaroo Court Nation

    Kangaroo Court Nation0

    The premise behind much of the protesting we hear in our time from women, African Americans, gays, and other groups granted the special status of being in the minority (how that applies to women, who make up more than half of the population, is hard to see), is that they are to be believed when

  • The Indispensable American Family

    The Indispensable American Family0

    In August 1884, Washington Gladden, possibly the most famous Christian preacher in the America of his day, wrote an article in The Century Magazine on “Three Dangers” besetting the welfare of the nation he loved. Of the first and third dangers he named, intemperance and gambling, I have little to say here. I will note


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