Gandhi cuts a saintly figure in the modern imagination. Joseph Lelyveld’s controversial biographical account presents a more dispassionate perspective of the Father of the Indian Nation. An exaggerated creation myth is revealed.
The human-rights movement is nothing more than an unattainable utopian dream used to justify moral ends through ruinous wars of intervention.
Robert Bork warns that judicial activism is going global. He doesn't know the half of it.