I am the Assistant Provost and a lecturer in politics at The King's College in New York City. I teach in the three-semester American Political Thought and Practice sequence that is a part of the common core of the college. I lived in Exeter, New Hampshire, for 13 years before my family (wife and two young children) and I moved to the city in July 2010.
I was a student of Angelo Codevilla at Boston University, writing on the "second generation" of American statesmen (Jackson, Clay, Webster, and Calhoun) and their limitations in comparison with the Founders and Lincoln.
Most recently, (ISI Summer Institute alum) David Corbin and I published Keeping Our Republic: Principles for a Political Reformation.
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