Paul Hollander


From the wreckage of communism's legacy, the ideology rises again.


In Murder in Amsterdam, Ian Buruma equivocates when clarity would have enlightened readers.

Anti-Americanism takes many forms -- most of them unfair. But as long as it strives to be a City upon a Hill, America Must learn to live with it.

Eric Hobsbawm's autobiography is a most revealing book--wittingly and otherwise. He turns out to have been a most catholic fellow.

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April 17, 2014