July 28, 2021 will mark the 34th anniversary of the death of James Burnham, one of the great American thinkers of the 20th century — or, for that matter, any century. Burnham was the author of seminal books on global sociopolitical developments, geopolitics, the Cold War, liberalism, and the power relationships that underlay the American republic. He wrote a regular column for National Review from 1955 to 1978, which one admirer called the “best column on international affairs in contemporary English journalism.” Unfortunately, Burnham is largely unknown among younger conservatives. That is something that needs to be remedied.
Burnham studied […]
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