Support First Things by turning your adblocker off or by making a  donation. Thanks!

Had Malcolm X Not Been Murdered…

. . . would he have wound up a dismal black-power Marxisant radical? Or, might he, like Frederick Douglass, who only mid-way in life became a defender of the U.S. Constitution, have become to some degree a model for a conservatism that can speak to blacks? Two Claremont-influenced Frederick . . . . Continue Reading »

Filter Tag Articles