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The writers behind this newsletter.
John Lloyd was the FT’s Moscow correspondent from 1991–95. He is co-founder of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism and his forthcoming book is about the rise of the New Right in Europe.
Herbert Bushman is the creator of The Dark Ages Podcast.
Jonathan Kay is a Quillette editor, podcaster, and advisor to The Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism. His books include Among the Truthers, Legacy, Panics & Persecutions, and Magic in the Dark.
Hannah Gal is a London-based journalist and researcher. Her work has appeared in The Spectator US, The Guardian, The Jerusalem Post, UnHerd, and elsewhere.
Lawrence M. Krauss, a theoretical physicist & author, is President of the Origins Project Foundation & host of The Origins Podcast. His newest book, The Edge of Knowledge, is out now.
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James Huffman is professor and dean emeritus at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. He has published widely on constitutional law, natural resource law and the public trust doctrine.
Holly Lawford-Smith is an Associate Professor in Political Philosophy at the University of Melbourne.
Epidemiologist Geoffrey Kabat is the author, most recently, of "Getting Risk Right: Understanding the Science of Elusive Health Risks," and "Slava: The Life and Words of a Croatian Jew" (2022).
Joel Kotkin is the presidential fellow in Urban Futures at Chapman University and executive director of the Urban Reform Institute. His most recent book is 'The Coming of Neo-Feudalism.'
Saul Zimet is a writer focused on human progress, propertarian politics, and knowledge maximalism.
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Marco den Ouden retired from a 40-year career in television news in 2014 and now blogs on politics, philosophy, travel, and music. At 73 he got a university degree in political science and philosophy.
Heather Mac Donald is the Thomas W. Smith fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of ‘When Race Trumps Merit’ (DW Books, 2023).
Greg Koabel, a historian, is the creator of the Early Stuart England and Nations of Canada podcasts.
Steve Salerno is a nonfiction author and widely published essayist who has taught journalism and media studies at University of Nevada-Las Vegas since 2017.
Michael Oren is a historian, a former Israeli Ambassador to the US, Member of the Knesset, and Deputy Minister for Diplomacy.
Iona Italia is an associate editor at Quillette. She is also the editor of Areo Magazine and an editor at Queer Majority. She writes for Substack at The Second Swim.
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