First up, we are pleased to announce a book that we hope will be on everyone's recommended reading list next year.
To celebrate our flagship publication's tenth anniversary, we've gathered together some of our most distinctive essays, book reviews, and illustrations in Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness: Ten Years of the Claremont Review of Books.
Together, they diagnose a century of liberal excess and call for a renewed American conservatism, one that takes its bearings from the principles of the American Founding. And because man does not live by politics alone, our book touches, too, upon religion, architecture, music, manliness, feminism, film and television, Shakespeare, and other cultural subjects.
Our contributors include Hadley Arkes, Larry Arnn, Martha Bayles, the late William F. Buckley, Jr., Paul Cantor, James Ceaser, Joseph Epstein, Christopher Flannery, Harvey Mansfield, Wilfred McClay, Cheryl Miller, the late Jaroslav Pelikan, Joseph Tartakovsky, Peter Schramm, Michael Uhlmann, Algis Valiunas, William Voegeli, and James Q. Wilson.
The book will be out early next year and is already available for pre-order.