Myles Kantor

Myles Kantor is the editor of and a columnist for Front Page Magazine.

Latest by Myles Kantor in Chronicles

  • A Hero’s Dreams
    October 2002

    A Hero’s Dreams

    José Martí is an icon in communist Cuba. Visitors disembark at José Martí International Airport in Havana, where the Plaza de la Revolución contains a prominent statue of Martí.

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  • September 2002

    Criticizing Federal Intrusiveness

    Kenneth Connor criticized the federal intrusiveness that would result from expanding anti-discrimination law to include homosexuals. He argued that the federal government has no business dictating employment criteria to proprietors.

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  • Radical Voyages
    September 2001

    Radical Voyages

    "Our ideas had consequences," observes Ronald Radosh, distinguished historian of the American left, echoing the quite un-radical Richard Weaver. The party of which Radosh was a member for most of his life conventionally is portrayed as an idealistic band in pursuit of a more humane America.

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  • "A Clear Voice for Freedom"

    Although the Supreme Court nullified congressional anti-discrimination measures in the Civil Rights Cases of 1883, the counter-constitutional phenomenon recrudesced in Titles II and VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

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