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October 12, 2023

The GOP Should Be the Party of Parents

Republicans looking to expand their party’s coalition have a problem. The public identifies them above all with Donald Trump, who is decidedly unpopular. Voters who can possibly stand Trump (and…

June 30, 2023

It’s Time to End Legacy Admissions

The Supreme Court’s decision in the UNC and Harvard cases was received, as most news is these days, in two quite different ways on the two sides of our political…

June 15, 2022

Second Time’s the Charm?

…a lot of conservatives clarify our priorities, goals, and arguments. The two of us were on opposite sides of the Romney proposal — Winship in opposition and Levin in support. Everyone involved supported…

November 16, 2021

The Changing Face of Social Breakdown

Last month, two of my colleagues at the American Enterprise Institute (Brad Wilcox and Lyman Stone), along with co-authors from the Wheatley Foundation and the Institute for Family Studies, published…

May 4, 2020

How To Educate an American

In the years after A Nation at Risk, conservatives’ ideas to reform America’s lagging education system gained much traction. Key items like school choice and rigorous academic standards drew bipartisan support…

February 27, 2020

The American Dream Is Not Dead: A Book Event with Michael R. Strain

…much of the elegiac rhetoric about the American dream is overstated. The event concluded with an informal panel discussion among Dr. Strain, Dr. Reeves, and AEI’s Yuval Levin. — John…