On November 9, 1989, the Berlin Wall came tumbling down. Twenty-five years later, it can be difficult to remember just how stunning—and exhilarating—this was.
Acclaimed author and professor of government and philosophy J. Budziszewski talks with students about political correctness, academic freedom, religious conversion, and why every thinking person should pursue the liberal arts.
Over the course of the next eight weeks, the Intercollegiate Review will try to answer this question. We’ve asked journalists, scholars, and public intellectuals, each representing a different strain of thinking on the Right.
We mourn the loss and remember the legacy of Margaret Thatcher, Britain's first female prime minister and leader of the conservative resurgence in Britain. Ruling from 1979 until 1990 Margaret Thatcher was the second most important prime minister of the United Kingdom in the 20th century.