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The Balance Sheet Of Supply Side Economics

by David R. Hendersonvia Defining Ideas
Tuesday, September 17, 2019

A crucial policy battle that endures to this day

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How Not To Teach American History

by David Davenport, Gordon Lloydvia Defining Ideas
Tuesday, September 17, 2019

The importance of civics in American education

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Hayward And Yoo: The Free Speech Crisis On Our Campuses

by Steven Hayward, John Yoovia Broad And Liberty
Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Want to fight administrative bias and cowardice at schools like Penn and Villanova? Speak out and stop donating.

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NATO, What Is It Good For?

featuring Hoover Institutionvia The Washington Times
Monday, September 16, 2019

President Trump’s criticism of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and his insistence that the allies “pay their fair share,” have received prominent play in the media. What has been forgotten is that American frustration with burden sharing within the alliance is a long-standing issue. Both Republican and Democratic administrations across the last seven decades have echoed this complaint.

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Condoleezza Rice: To Build A Better World

featuring Condoleezza Ricevia Commonwealth Club
Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Dr. Rice provides a thoughtful diplomatic analysis of the last 40 years and details the design for a more peaceful and prosperous world. She draws upon her experience and explains the risk, uncertainty and drama of how states were divided and societies were transformed. Dr. Rice was the 66th U.S. secretary of state and the first African-American woman to hold that office. She was also the first woman to serve as national security adviser and was the Soviet and East European affairs adviser during the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

Analysis and Commentary
Analysis and Commentary

Area 45: Alabama Rep. Gary Palmer On House Republican Policy

interview with Gary Palmervia Area 45
Wednesday, September 18, 2019

What do House Republicans plan to showcase this fall in the way of ideas and initiatives?

Analysis and Commentary

What Medicare For All Would Mean For Us All

by Charles Blahousvia The Ripon Society Mission
Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Among the hottest topics of this political season is “Medicare for All” (M4A), a concept embraced by several current candidates for president, and criticized by others. M4A is one of the most consequential policy ideas ever put before the American electorate, and it is vital that we understand exactly what it is, what it isn’t, and what its implications would be.

Analysis and Commentary

How Vladimir Putin Is Outplaying The U.S. In Africa

by Grant T. Harris, Michael McFaulvia The Washington Post
Tuesday, September 17, 2019

President Trump and his administration remain deeply divided on several foreign policy issues. Take Russia, for example. While the president continues to pursue a broad rapprochement with Vladimir Putin, the diplomats, soldiers and Treasury officials who work for him have maintained a tough line on the Kremlin.

Analysis and Commentary

Lanhee Chen: The Court Legacy For The Trump Era

by Lanhee J. Chenvia Townhall Review
Wednesday, September 18, 2019

The United States Senate confirmed President Trump’s 150th judicial nominee last week, marking what Senator Lindsay Graham of South Carolina called a “historic milestone.”

Analysis and Commentary

Verified Accountability

by Evelyn Douekvia Aegis Paper Series
Tuesday, September 17, 2019

The way platforms currently conduct content moderation has been delegitimized, and new forms of governance will need to emerge to meet the demands of the moment. Semi-independent and transparent self-regulatory oversight mechanisms offer significant advantages. As the actors closest to the front line, platforms will always need to play a significant role in drawing lines for online speech, given the high-volume, fast-moving and context-dependent nature of the decisions involved.

Analysis and Commentary

A Celebration Of The U.S. Constitution

by David R. Hendersonvia EconLog
Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Below is an article reprinted from Antiwar.com. It is an edited version of a talk I gave about the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 2007. I’ve edited it slightly since it appeared in 2007. Specifically, I made a charge at the end against George W. Bush that turns out to be almost certainly unjustified and so I removed it.

Interviews
Interviews

Kavanaugh Story Part Of Left's 'Revolutionary...Anti-Constitutional' Movement: Victor Davis Hanson

interview with Victor Davis Hansonvia Fox News
Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Hoover Institution fellow Victor Davis Hanson discusses the now-revised New York Times article detailing explosive new sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Hanson explains that he believes that the Times' story, as well as on-going Democrat-led investigations of President Donald Trump and his administration, are an extra-constitutional means of controlling the country.

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Event Recap: Secretary Of Defense James Mattis

interview with General Jim Mattisvia The Richard Nixon Foundation
Monday, September 16, 2019

Hoover Institution fellow James Mattis discusses his recent book Call Sign Chaos: Learning to Lead, and much more.

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Michael Auslin: China: A New World Order

interview with Michael R. Auslinvia BBC
Thursday, September 19, 2019

Hoover Institution fellow Michael Auslin discusses China.

In the News
In the News

'Call Sign Chaos': Gen. James Mattis' New Book Is A Must-Read

featuring General Jim Mattisvia UPI
Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Former U.S. Defense Secretary retired Marine Gen. James Mattis, with Francis ("Bing") West, authored a remarkable book on leadership applicable well beyond the frontiers of military service. Call Sign Chaos: Learning to Lead is a modern-day equivalent of Marcus Aurelius' Emperor's Handbook.

In the News

Call Sign Chaos: Leading From The Front

featuring General Jim Mattisvia Daily Times
Monday, September 16, 2019

Former U.S. Defense Secretary, retired Marine General James Mattis, with Francis (“Bing”) West, authored a remarkable book on leadership applicable well beyond the frontiers of military service. Call Sign Chaos: Learning to Lead is a modern day equivalent of Marcus Aurelius’ Emperor’s Handbook. CHAOS, Mattis’ Marine Corps call sign, arose from an irreverent compliment for “colonel has another outstanding solution” made by his staff. I have had the good fortune of knowing both authors.

In the News

Not All Gifted Children Are From Affluent Families

quoting Chester E. Finn Jr.via The Wall Street Journal
Tuesday, September 17, 2019

All of us understand why so many discussions about K-12 education center on bringing low-achieving students up to speed. How could they not? Despite massive increases in school spending over the past half-century, the U.S. Department of Education reports that nearly two-thirds of our youngsters score below the proficient level on national reading tests, and large socioeconomic disparities persist. 

In the News

Universal Healthcare And The First Lesson Of Politics

quoting Thomas Sowellvia The Daily Campus
Wednesday, September 18, 2019

One thing is very clear following the Democratic presidential debates in Houston last week: Our leaders are far more interested in vying for the nomination than in proposing solutions that will actually help people. The appeasement of a ruthlessly progressive primary constituency is proving more alluring than the desire to improve the country by proposing practical solutions, the intended and unintended consequences of which have been thoroughly considered. The most prominent example of this failure in leadership is the promise of universal healthcare.

In the News

American Migration Patterns Should Terrify The GOP

mentioning Jonathan Roddenvia The Atlantic
Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Millennial movers have hastened the growth of left-leaning metros in southern red states such as Texas, Arizona, and Georgia. It could be the biggest political story of the 2020s.

In the News

Trump’s California Fundraisers Are Drenched In Cash — And Secrecy

quoting Bill Whalenvia Politico
Monday, September 16, 2019

Donald Trump remains unpopular in the state where he lost to Hillary Clinton by a landslide: His job approval ratings in California are among his worst in the country. But among state Republicans here, it’s a different story. And they’ve snapped up tickets to four sold-out, high-dollar fundraisers for the president.

In the News

Demonstrators Protest Pres. Trump's 1st Visit To Bay Area During Presidency

quoting Lanhee J. Chenvia ABC30
Wednesday, September 18, 2019

President Donald Trump made a stop in the Bay Area for the first time as president. As President Trump made his way down Air Force One at Moffett Field, he was greeted with the chants of "USA! USA!"-- a truly American welcome for a man, who most in the small crowd of supporters hope is re-elected as next U.S. president.

In the News

This Week’s ESSA News: Looking For Vendors With Proof Of Effectiveness, How ESSA Is Changing State Testing, Which States Are Making Student Well-Being A Priority & More

quoting Michael J. Petrillivia The 74 Million
Tuesday, September 17, 2019

The Fordham Institute’s Michael Petrilli has been “trying to make sense of the sizable gains made by America’s lowest-performing students and kids of color that coincided with the peak of the modern education reform movement.” He finishes up his series on this topic in this Sept. 9 Education Next piece by “offering some personal reflections on what we’ve learned,” recapping “the facts,” and acknowledging “the vast amount of ground yet to cover.”

Condoleezza Rice is interviewed on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight
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Purdue Announces Grand Finale For 150th Anniversary Celebration

mentioning Condoleezza Ricevia Purdue University
Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Purdue will use the days leading up to Homecoming 2019 to celebrate and thank the university community, alumni and friends for the past year, in which the land-grant institution recognized its remarkable giant leaps while looking toward the future to address the world’s problems.

In the News

Stephen Fry, Tina Brown, 'GoT' Writers Condemn Political Repression In Russia

mentioning Timothy Garton Ashvia Hollywood Reporter (CA)
Wednesday, September 18, 2019

British actor Stephen Fry, legendary magazine editor Tina Brown and Game of Thrones writers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have joined several dozen international cultural and political VIPs in signing an open letter protesting political repression in Russia. The letter, also signed by former chess grandmaster and famed dissident Garry Kasparov, Nobel Prize winning novelist Herta Müller and British author and commentator Timothy Garton Ash, condemns "widespread lawlessness, the arrest of political opponents, violence by police officers against peaceful residents, the unlawful detainment of children [and] threats to parents" in Vladimir Putin's Russia.

In the News

Everyday Ethics: Franklin Circles

mentioning Hoover Institutionvia Reading Eagle
Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Decades before America became a nation, Ben Franklin formed a small group in Philadelphia. The group, known as the Junto, was made up of individuals with many skills and interests. The purpose of the Junto was to improve the group's members and the city in which they lived. Think of these circles as chat rooms, but up close and personal.

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A safe conduct pass issued in the early 1970s by the Parliamentary Democratic Party, a group led by U Nu, who had also led an armed resistance group on the Thai-Burmese border against the military rule of General Ne Win. (Burmese Subject Collection, Hoove
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Hoover Institution Opens Burmese Subject Collection

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

The Hoover Institution’s newly created Burmese Subject Collection includes historical materials ranging from the British colonial period to the post-1948 independent era. Among the valuable documents are brochures, issuances, and investigative reports by the British authorities, documents pertaining to the Burmese ruling military junta and antigovernment forces from the 1950s to the 1970s, and the campaign materials of Aung San Suu Kyi and the National League for Democracy under her leadership.

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America's Future Role In Global Security

Monday, November 9, 2015
Commonwealth Club of California
Monday Night Philosophy revisits America’s foreign policy. The United States a neutral nation for 150 years after its inception, observing George Washington’s “Great Rule.” Following the Truman Doctrine, some argue that the U.S. has acted as the world's policeman for the past 70 years. Are we ready for a third phase of American history? Is the global community ready?
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Warsaw, Krakowskie Przedmieście near the Church of the Holy Cross, circa September 1944
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Central Europe In Ruins: More World War II Photographs Received By The Archives

Monday, November 9, 2015

The Hoover Archives has received 208 original black-and-white photographs taken between 1943 and 1945 in Germany and the occupied territories. The photos are a gift from History San Jose (HSJ), Silicon Valley’s largest and most comprehensive historical organization, which acquired them along with the papers of the late John H. Drieger. 

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George P. Shultz And Sidney D. Drell To Receive Dwight D. Eisenhower Award

Monday, November 9, 2015
Stanford

The Hoover Institution announced that Distinguished Fellow George P. Shultz and Senior Fellow Sidney D. Drell will receive the Dwight D. Eisenhower Award today at the 2015 American Nuclear Society’s (ANS) winter meeting in Washington, D.C. The award honors individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the advancement of the field of nuclear nonproliferation.

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Lindon Bates, Jr., also known as "Rox"
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Lindon Bates, Jr. “Hero Of The Lusitania” Collection Comes To The Hoover Archives

Thursday, November 5, 2015

A new collection of materials relating to Lindon “Rox” Bates, Jr., a first-class passenger on the Lusitania’s final crossing in 1915, is now open to the public at the Hoover Archives.

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Major D’Annunzio, the Italian Great War ace, on a National Chicle Company chewing gum card.
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Gabriele D’Annunzio’s Publications And Autographs Acquired By Hoover Archives

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

The Archives has added a small but valuable Gabriele D’Annunzio collection to its world-famous World War I holdings.  D’Annunzio (1863–1938) was an Italian poet, novelist, playwright, and nationalist who, though not directly involved in the fascist movement, had a strong impact on the ideology of Benito Mussolini.

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Surveillance Expert Shane Harris Delivers Keynote Lecture At Double Exposure Exhibition Opening

Friday, October 30, 2015

On October 29th, Hoover Library & Archives marked the opening of its new exhibition, Double Exposure: Russia’s Secret Police under the Last Tsars with a keynote address by journalist and intelligence expert Shane Harris. Harris, the prize-winning author of The Watchers: The Rise of America’s Surveillance State and @War: The Rise of the Military-Internet Complex has worked as a senior correspondent on national and cyber security issues for The Daily Beast and Foreign Policy magazine. Harris’ talk, entitled “The Internet is a Battlefield,” outlined the modern hacking and data mining apparati used by both state and insurgent entities. The topic of Harris’ talk provided a contemporary look at issues of surveillance and espionage introduced in Double Exposure, an exhibition which provides the first ever full-scale display of the documents, photographs, intelligence reports, and memorandums kept by the famed Russian Imperial secret police, known as the Okhrana.
 

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Double Exposure: Russia's Secret Police under the Last Tsars

Thursday, October 29, 2015 to Saturday, March 12, 2016
Herbert Hoover Memorial Exhibit Pavilion

A new exhibition, Double Exposure: Russia’s Secret Police under the Last Tsars, is based on one of the most extraordinary collections held in the Hoover Library & Archives: the records of the Paris headquarters of the Russian Imperial secret police, known as the Okhrana. The Okhrana collection, consisting of once-secret files and photographs of many of the most wanted Russian revolutionaries of the early twentieth century...

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Failing Our Brightest Kids by Chester E. Finn and Brandon L. Wright
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Failing Our Brightest Kids: The Global Challenge Of Educating High-Ability Students

Monday, October 26, 2015
Hoover Institution Johnson Center, Washington, DC

In their new book, Failing Our Brightest Kids, Chester E. Finn, Jr. and Brandon L. Wright argue that America’s efforts to educate high-ability students have fallen dramatically short. This is especially true for talented low-income youngsters, who too often miss out on the opportunity to develop their talents.

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Poster Collection, RU/SU 121; Russian Pictorial, Envelope AP (Hoover Institution Archives)
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Hoover Archives Poster Collection Back Online

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

More than thirty-three thousand posters from the Hoover Archives Poster Collection are back online after a series of system upgrades.
 

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