Not many people can say they changed the world and make it stick. In
Myself Among Others: A Life in Music, George Wein does.
You would hope that the passage of fifty years might have cleared the
passions that once inflamed the Rosenberg case.
Toward the end of his memoir, My Brother's Keeper, Amitai Etzioni
recounts meeting with the political consultant Dick Morris.
A reader knowing nothing of the 1990s might well come away from Sidney
Blumenthal's lengthy account of The Clinton Wars with the
impression that for eight years, Bill and Hillary Clinton
Near the end of Parallels and Paradoxes, a recent collection of
dialogues on music and society between the conductor and pianist Daniel
Barenboim, music director of the Chicago Symphony
Steal this book.
This essay is excerpted from E.L. Doctorow's new book, Reporting
the Universe (Harvard).
I first heard of Jon Beckwith in the mid-1970s, in a question framed by
my genetics professor: Why would anyone willfully disrupt a research
program designed to collect useful information on hu
Though there have been scattered signs of renewed interest in Dwight
Macdonald--a biography in 1994, a collection of letters in 2002--all but a
fraction of his own writing molders unattended in
This essay will appear as an introduction in New York Review Books' new
edition of Prisoner of Love (February 2003).