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Jonathan V. Last

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Jonathan V. Last is a senior writer at The Weekly Standard in Washington. His writings have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The New York Post, The Claremont Review of Books, First Things, The Week, Salon, Slate, TV Guide, and elsewhere.

He lives in Virginia with his wife and two children.


We’ve got two interesting pieces this week about the end of theNew Republic,one from Ryan Lizza, the other from John Judis.If you want to read my long thoughts on the subject, they ran in last week’s newsletter, here. The short version is that what worries me is that this may be a generational problem, and not just aNew Republic problem.


In other words: Millennials < Boomers?


Now there’s a fri...

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“To raise a child is to submit to a staggering amount of work, much of which is deeply unpleasant. It would be crazy to have children if they weren't so damned important.”
Jonathan V. Last, What to Expect When No One's Expecting: America's Coming Demographic Disaster

“It’s evident to anyone paying attention that zero tolerance equals 100 percent stupidity. But you have to understand that zero-tolerance rules aren’t about protecting kids. They exist to protect the adults who are too cowardly to make judgments.”
Jonathan V. Last, The Seven Deadly Virtues: 18 Conservative Writers on Why the Virtuous Life is Funny as Hell

“The modern virtues fail because they concern the outer self, the human facade, the part of ourselves the world sees most readily – while the classical virtues form an organizing framework for our inner selves… for our souls.”
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