Mark Oppenheimer (markoppenheimer.com) writes the “Beliefs” column for the New York Times and is working on two books: a study of “chained wives” in Orthodox Judaism and an American’s attempt to figure out Canada.
The war between democracy and aristocracy in Janet Malcolm’s Forty-One False Starts.
Shawn Francis Peters’s The Catonsville Nine.
He spent his life inside the GOP establishment. Now, he’s on the warpath against the right. What’s gotten into David Frum?
Mark Jordan and Jay Michaelson seek hope for gay religious practice in heretical churches and the Hebrew Bible.
The body of the church of Scientology is not well. Will its main legacy be its contribution to US tax law?
Charles Taylor is a sadly endangered type: the philosopher-statesman.