The Arrogance of Blueprints

The Arrogance of Blueprints

A conversation with Amity Shlaes The Bookman is pleased to speak with Amity Shlaes about her new book Great Society: A New History. Amity Shlaes chairs the board of the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation, and is the author of six books, including four New York...
On Books For Middle America

On Books For Middle America

An interview with Bria Sandford We are happy to feature this conversation with Bria Sandford, who is editorial director of Sentinel and an executive editor at Portfolio, imprints of Penguin Random House. UB: Bria, we are so happy to have you with us. Maybe we should...
How Conservatives Can Come Home

How Conservatives Can Come Home

This interview with Ted V. McAllister and Bruce P. Frohnen, authors of Coming Home: Reclaiming America’s Conservative Soul, covers topics including the necessary connection between history and idealism and the enduring relationship of opportunity and equality in the...
Making Silly People Uncomfortable

Making Silly People Uncomfortable

A conversation with acclaimed philosopher John Gray. JP O’Malley John Gray is an English political philosopher whose major books include Straw Dogs, Black Mass, and The Silence of Animals. Gray’s latest book is called Seven Types of Atheism. Where did the title of...

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