Monthly Archives: December 2014

NYR: A Weapon for Readers

I’ll be the first to admit.  I can’t stand marginalia, though I am the very first to feel that intensity of pride when I read through my grandfather’s books to read his notations in the margins. So I’m having a … Continue reading

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The New Republic Is Dead; Long Live The New Republic

I shall admit it freely.  I am a huge fan of The New Republic. Of course, we’re talking about a publication that at one time had it’s editor charged with being a spy for the KGB during the Red Scare … Continue reading

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