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Michael Knox Beran

Michael Knox Beran is a City Journal contributing editor and a lawyer. He is the author of Pathology of the Elites (2010), Forge of Empires, 1861Ė1871 (2007), Jeffersonís Demons (2003), and The Last Patrician (1998).

Beranís writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, National Review, American Heritage, The New Yorker, Humanitas, George, New York Daily News, and Claremont Review of Books. He has been interviewed on Charlie Rose, CNNís Inside Politics, The Larry Kudlow Show, Extension 720 with Milt Rosenberg, and numerous other TV and radio programs. Beran has practiced law in several New York firms. He holds a B.A. from Columbia University, an M.Phil. from Cambridge, and a J.D. from Yale Law School.


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Architecture
  • Can the Polis Live Again? City Journal, Autumn 2009


  • Arts and Literature
  • Self-Reliance vs. Self-Esteem City Journal, Winter 2004
  • In Defense of Memorization City Journal, Summer 2004
  • Can the Polis Live Again? City Journal, Autumn 2009
  • NEA Initiative Debauches The Educational Value of Verse Washington Examiner, 12-22-10
  • Lionel Trilling and the Social Imagination City Journal, Winter 2011
  • Abolish Social Studies City Journal, Autumn 2012


  • Children and Family
  • NEA Initiative Debauches The Educational Value of Verse Washington Examiner, 12-22-10


  • Culture and Society
  • Self-Reliance vs. Self-Esteem City Journal, Winter 2004
  • In Defense of Memorization City Journal, Summer 2004
  • Was Liberalism’s Philosopher-in-Chief a Conservative? City Journal, Winter 2006
  • Obama, Shaman City Journal, Summer 2008
  • Can the Polis Live Again? City Journal, Autumn 2009
  • NEA Initiative Debauches The Educational Value of Verse Washington Examiner, 12-22-10
  • Lionel Trilling and the Social Imagination City Journal, Winter 2011
  • Abolish Social Studies City Journal, Autumn 2012


  • Education
  • Self-Reliance vs. Self-Esteem City Journal, Winter 2004
  • In Defense of Memorization City Journal, Summer 2004
  • Rhyme Scheme City Journal, Autumn 2010


  • Foreign Affairs
  • Hearts of Darkness City Journal, Winter 2008
  • The Dark Night of Islam National Review Online, 05-10-11


  • History
  • Behind Jefferson’s Wall City Journal, Spring 2003
  • Self-Reliance vs. Self-Esteem City Journal, Winter 2004
  • Abolish Social Studies City Journal, Autumn 2012


  • Homeland Security
  • Parsing the Lexicon City Journal, Summer 2009


  • Islam
  • The Dark Night of Islam National Review Online, 05-10-11


  • Legal Issues
  • Behind Jefferson’s Wall City Journal, Spring 2003


  • Mental Illness
  • Shrink-Think After Tucson National Review Online, 01-19-11


  • National Politics
  • Obama, Shaman City Journal, Summer 2008
  • Shrink-Think After Tucson National Review Online, 01-19-11
  • Came the Hero National Review Online, 06-25-12


  • Politics
  • Obama, Shaman City Journal, Summer 2008
  • Obama's Paradox National Review Online, 11-06-08


  • Poverty
  • Hearts of Darkness City Journal, Winter 2008


  • Race Issues
  • Obama's Paradox National Review Online, 11-06-08


  • Religion
  • Behind Jefferson’s Wall City Journal, Spring 2003


  • School Curriculum and Programs
  • In Defense of Memorization City Journal, Summer 2004
  • Rhyme Scheme City Journal, Autumn 2010


  • Terrorism
  • Parsing the Lexicon City Journal, Summer 2009


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