If President Trump is going to break norms, he should at least aim to do it productively.
Michael Anton’s initial Claremont Review of Books essay “The Flight 93 Election” generated intense controversy, and his new book After the Flight 93 Election: The Vote that Saved America and What We Still Have to Lose, continues his argument. Anton moves beyond describing the current crisis, and attempts to outline the distinctive political ideals that motivated him to write.
We bring together four contributors to discuss the book:
by Pavlos Papadopoulos
by Jeffrey Polet
by James Stoner
by Adam White