A neo-con rethinks

In our current contagion — biological and political viruses, rampant — a terrible question, unimaginable since the Civil War, has emerged: Are we in danger of a crisis that will shatter our brilliant experiment in self-government? And, if so, what can we do about it? The Atlantic writer David Frum is well situated to consider these questions and in Trumpocalypse — a dreadful title for a serious book — he gives it his best shot.

Mr Frum is a former neoconser­vative, a long-time pillar of the Republican Party’s.

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