Adi Gordon (Cincinnati) and Udi Greenberg (Dartmouth): The City of Man, European Emigres, and the Genesis of Postwar Conservative Thought. Impassioned orator, eloquent statesman, esteemed writer — but who was Edmund Burke the man? From the John Birch Society's New American, Jack Kerwick on William Graham Sumner and the conservative critique of egalitarianism. What does conservatism stand for? Social inequalities and hierarchies can be defended and secured in different ways. Prime time for Paul Ryan’s guru (the one that’s not Ayn Rand): Will Friedrich von Hayek be the Tea Party’s Karl Marx? AmeriCons: A review of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness: Ten Years of the Claremont Review of Books. A manifesto for right-leaning wonks: Yuval Levin's ambitious statement of purpose ought to be read by every movement conservative in America. Mattson on why conservatism needs the Religious Right. The tears of the sexual left: Whoever thought that “Eat Mor Chikin” would become a secret password and a rallying cry for Western Civilization? Porky Populism: Class war comes to dinner, and conservatives are on the wrong side.