As Americans gleefully melt down statues of Confederate leaders, they may soon discover that iconoclasm is no road to civic peace

The iconoclastic impulse must be curbed

Eric Gill was an awful man — but that doesn’t make his art any less brilliant

Can a man loyal to his Oxford college really be all bad?

Rick Picton Thomas would have known what to say to those bent on removing his ancestor’s statue

A new counter-petition campaign is a conservative response to iconoclasm

The history of iconoclasm offers deeper lessons than are on display in the current statue-toppling craze