Roland Elliott Brown

Roland Elliott Brown is the author of Godless Utopia: Soviet Anti-Religious Propaganda with FUEL Publishing.

He thought America’s leaders were unworthy of its potential as a great Enlightenment republic

The great writer’s intellectual heirs warn that collective rights obscure individual suffering

Drawing on the author’s experiences, the book’s effect is akin to having a long pub chat with a knowledgeable journo

Usman Khan’s failed de-radicalisation bears parallels with A Clockwork Orange

At the end of a dismal year, consider the cult dystopias of the optimistic 1990s.

Jocko Willink, a retired Navy SEAL and podcaster, grapples with classic accounts of atrocity—and nurtures a spark of 20th-century American idealism

Letters to a Young Contrarian: a twentieth century retrospective by a man who saw himself as a sixties radical

Roland Elliott Brown reviews How to be a Fascist by Michela Murgia

Roland Elliott Brown reviews The Russian Job by Douglas Smith