President, Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
Reihan Salam is the president of the Manhattan Institute. He is a National Review Institute Policy Fellow and contributing editor at The Atlantic and National Affairs. From 2014 to 2019, Salam was executive editor of the National Review. Previously, he was associate editor of The Atlantic, an NBC News producer, and editorial researcher at The New York Times. Salam authored Melting Pot or Civil War? and co-authored Grand New Party. His writing has appeared in Slate, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, The Spectator, and others, and he has been an analyst on radio and television news programs. In 2017, Salam was named a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader.
Forging an American Immigration Policy for the 21st Century
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From Reagan to Trump and Beyond: The Future of Conservatism in America
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How Relevant is Washington (Outside of Washington)?
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Do the Democrats Have What It Takes to Win Big in 2018 — and 2020?
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