Numerous fond, appreciative tributes to the late James Q. Wilson over the past days include fine reflections by Michael Barone (link no longer available), Heather Higgins, Yuval Levin (linking to Wilson’s collected articles for The Public Interest (link no longer available) and National Affairs (link no longer available)), Harvey Mansfield, John Podhoretz (linking to Wilson’s fifty-plus pieces for Commentary), Steven Teles, and George Will. R. Shep Melnick’s splendid review of the great man’s later essays, published awhile ago in the Claremont Review of Books, appears here (link no longer available).
Nov 19, 2019
The choice is not between a Spartan communitarianism or Brook Farm-style collectivism, and contemporary liberalism.
Jul 3, 2019
To preserve both the country and political philosophy, Jaffa returned to the beginning.