Edward Welsch

Edward Welsch is the executive editor at Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture.

Latest by Edward Welsch in Chronicles

  • Crazy Hopes
    January 13, 2021

    Crazy Hopes

    The emergence of a British YouTuber pushing the bad ideas of “Q” shows collapsing trust in public officials and the frustration of Americans denied answers. The cure for despair lies not in outlandish hopes, but a calm analysis of political power.

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  • A White Pill for Disappointed Populists
    January 7, 2021

    A White Pill for Disappointed Populists

    After a period of ultimately futile repression probably coming from D.C. and Big Tech, the national populist movement will emerge stronger than ever—and it will be stronger and more effective after Trump.

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  • The Long March Ahead for the Real Right
    January 2021

    The Long March Ahead for the Real Right

    The election shows that the real power struggle in America is between an elite class of professionals and their dependents, who mainly occupy the urban cores in Democratic “blue states,” and working-class people, especially in the American heartland.

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  • Books in Brief
    September 2020

    Books in Brief

    Russian Conservatism, by Paul Robinson (Northern Illinois University Press; 300 pp., $39.95). Small Men on the Wrong Side of History: The Decline, Fall and Unlikely Return of Conservatism, by Ed West (Constable/Little, Brown; 432 pp., $17.99).

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  • Defending Ourselves Without Hate
    August 2020

    Defending Ourselves Without Hate

    Antifa and BLM are determined to wage war upon Christian patriots who love God and America. We need to find like-minded people, support their causes, and gather together to support one another in the defense of America and Western civilization.

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