Claremont Review of Books, Spring 2005.

[The American Mind] Charles Kesler, editor of The Claremont Review of Books, interviews Mark on a wide range of subjects including the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the fate of the US nuclear stockpile and the question of Iran's nuclear program. The interview is 40:38 long and can be viewed .

 Claremont Review of Books, Fall 2006.

a review of Nation of Rebels: Why Counterculture Became Consumer Culture, by Joseph Heath and Andrew Potter, Claremont Review of Books, Fall 2005.


Claremont Review of Books, Spring 2007.

Claremont Review of Books, Summer 2007.

The Spring 2015 issue of the Claremont Review of Books () includes essays and reviews by Mackubin T. Owens on Robert E. Lee; Allen C. Guelzo on slavery and capitalism; Christopher Caldwell on the Vietnam War and the national identify; and Angelo Codevilla on Kissinger’s World Order. I would call your particular attention to Larry P. Arnn’s affectionate and telling remembrances of Martin Gilbert, Churchill’s official biographer, who wrote 88 books of serious history in a professional career of 54 years.


Articles by both NAS president Peter Wood and board member Thomas D. Klingenstein will will appear in a couple of weeks in the summer 2015 issue of the Claremont Review of Books. “God and Mammon,” a review of Economics as Religion: From Samuelson to Chicago and Beyond, by Robert H. Nelson, in Claremont Review of Books, Vol. II, No. 3 (Spring 2002).The Claremont Review of Books asked for Christmas book suggestions, and I recommended Brad Birzer’s new biography of Russell Kirk. Here’s what I wrote: I met Harry V. Jaffa twice. The second time was to interview him for a National Review profile in 2013. The first was about 15 years earlier, at a Claremont Institute conference on immigration and […]Cheryl Miller is a program manager at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C., where her work focuses on American civic life, education, service, and citizenship.

An accomplished essayist and reviewer, her writings have appeared in such publications as the New York Times, the Philadelphia Inquirer, Policy Review, Reason, and the Claremont Review of Books.