Jacob Hamburger

Jacob Hamburger is a graduate student at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, whose work has focused on Cold War liberalism and neoconservatism in France and the United States. His journalistic writings have appeared in numerous publications in both English and French; and he has translated the authors Michel Foucault and Marcel Gauchet. Jacob covers American politics for the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, with which he recently co-created a special report on the left under Trump entitled Feeling the Burn. He is also the editor of Tocqueville 21, a blog devoted to democratic politics and ideas in the 21st century.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Squaring the Conservative Circle

Conservatives haven’t always worshipped the free market, and Donald Trump’s strange economics actually have historical grounding. Two new books show how....


What Charlie Hebdo Taught Me About Freedom of Speech
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