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The New Criterion is probably more consistently worth reading than any other magazine in English.
- The Times Literary Supplement

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Mark Steyn

Mark Steyn’s most recent book is America Alone: The End of the World As We Know It (Regnery). His writing on politics, arts and culture can be read around the world. Mark is Senior North American Columnist of Britain’s Telegraph Group, and appears in The Daily Telegraph, the United Kingdom’s biggest-selling broadsheet daily, and The Sunday Telegraph; he is also North American Editor and Film Critic of The Spectator, the oldest continuously-published magazine in the English language. In Canada, he can be read in The National Post, the country’s new national newspaper. In the United States, Mark is theatre critic of The New Criterion and a columnist for The Chicago Sun-Times. His latest book, Broadway Babies Say Goodnight, was published to critical acclaim in London and to somewhat sniffier reviews in New York.

article archive

Dependence Day | January 2011

On the erosion of personal liberty.


Live free or die | January 2010

On the loss of liberty in the West (from "The New Statism").


The state despotic | June 2009

On our gradual slide into servitude.


Ol' man author | December 2008

On The Complete Lyrics of Oscar Hammerstein, edited by Amy Asch.


Mah-velous, dah-ling | January 2008

On The Letters of Noël Coward, edited by James Sexton.

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books by author

America Alone: The End of the World As We Know It

America Alone: The End of the World As We Know It

by Mark Steyn

$16.95

 

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New Criterion-Social Affairs Unit Conference: Part 4

"The Criminalization of Making Money" by Lionel Shriver, Recorded 9/25/09

Posted on: 10/26/2009

participants

Jeremy Black, Roger Kimball, Andrew C. McCarthy, Mark SteynJeremy Black, Tim Congdon, Daniel Johnson, Herb London, Michael Mosbacher, Lionel Shriver


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