Emily Esfahani Smith is a writer in New York. A Senior Fellow at the Independent Women's Forum, she is also the managing editor of The New Criterion and an editor at Defining Ideas, a journal of the Hoover Institution. Her writings have appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, The New Criterion, The Daily Beast, and Washington Times. A graduate of Dartmouth College, she was editor of the Dartmouth Review.
Will everything one day be sacrificed on the altar of convenience and efficiency? When it comes to how we interact…
Yesterday, we ran a wonderful piece by Ashley McGuire on Beyoncé’’s Soulful Feminism. Ashley looked at Beyoncé’s superbowl performance and…
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