John J. Miller
John J. Miller (born 1970) is the director of the journalism program at Hillsdale College, in Michigan. He also writes for National Review, for which he was previously the national political reporter, The Wall Street Journal and other publications.
Born in Detroit, Miller was raised in both Michigan and Florida. He graduated from J. P. Taravella High School in 1988. Miller then attended the University of Michigan, where he was the editor in chief of the conservative student newspaper the Michigan Review. His first job was at The New Republic, in Washington, D.C.. After that, he worked for the Center for Equal Opportunity, and at the Heritage Foundation as a Bradley Fellow. He sometimes wrote for Reason, becoming a contributing editor there. He joined National Review in 1998, and continues to contribute to National Review Online.
- The Unmaking Of Americans: How Multiculturalism has Undermined the Assimilation Ethic (1998, ISBN 0-684-83622-X)
- Our Oldest Enemy: A History of America's Disastrous Relationship with France (co-authored with Mark Molesky, 2004, ISBN 0-385-51219-8)
- A Gift of Freedom: How the John M. Olin Foundation Changed America (2005, ISBN 1-59403-117-7)
- The First Assassin: A Novel (2009, ISBN 1-935597-11-6)
- The Big Scrum: How Teddy Roosevelt Saved Football (2011, ISBN 0-06-174450-6)
- "About Me". Hey Miller: the official website of John J. Miller.
- "John J. Miller: Lecture: The Unmaking of Americans". Ashbrook Center. December 1, 1998.
- Miller's official website
- Author Archive at National Review Online
- Author Archive at Reason
- 1998 Bio (and lecture based on The Unmaking of Americans, available in .ram format) at the Ashbrook Center
- "The Stalinist and the Stamp" Why is the Postal Service honoring a commie?" by Miller, The Wall Street Journal, 6 July 2001
- Interview with Miller by Jamie Glazov about Our Oldest Enemy
- "The Writing Life" Miller explains how he came to be a writer
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