Rather than focus on what set of ideas America must revive or reject, we might focus instead on the concrete realities which define our political life.
Political defeats ought to occasion reflection on any political party or movement’s goals. But the end of the Trump administration calls for more than the usual sort of postmortem.
We asked a group of regular Law & Liberty contributors to offer their thoughts on what prudence demands going forward, and how best to think about the prospects of good government from the Right.
by Charles C.W. Cooke
by James Hankins
by Carson Holloway
by Daniel J. Mahoney
by Joseph Postell