Buchanan's new book succeeds simultaneously as history and autobiography, polemic and portraiture, elegy and entertainment.
To the early prisoners of the camps, a straight line to Auschwitz, or something like it, may have been discernible within a few months of Hitler’s assumption to power.
During the Cold War, Georgetown functioned as an unusual hybrid of court society and literary commune. Gregg Herken’s The Georgetown Set explores its old-school WASP manners and aspirations for postwar America.
When the cameras are rolling and the microphones are out, Mahmoud Admadinejad shows that he is media-savvy.
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