A few things online that caught my attention this week:
Rom Brownstein on Nikki Haley’s chances.
Why do all coffee shops look the same?
Anne Lamont on aging
Samuel Goldman reviews Wilson Carey McWilliams, The Idea of Fraternity in America.
The anti-Trump coalition is exhausted.
Frederick Douglass and the Haitian revolution
Richard Evans reviews Bruce Kuklick, Fascism Comes to America.
Has the Sports Illustrated era come to an end?
The humanities are alive and well at Utah Valley University.
Genuine GOP Never-Trumpers need to do more.
“The very existence of Harvard University is transparently indefensible.”
Vaughn Scribner reviews Wes Davis, “American Journey: On the Road with Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, and John Burroughs.
Rick Perlstein on how the media missed the “origins story” of January 6, 2021.
The image of milk
Osita Nwanevu on the new Tom Wolfe documentary.
The Heritage Foundation and Trump