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Christopher Caldwell looks at the role that architecture played in the recent French riots.
More: Clay Risen of The New Republic argues that Le Corbusier isn't to blame.
Posted at 03:14 PM in Europe | Permalink
Robert H. Frank argues that the Bush tax cuts have hurt even the wealthy to some extent.
Posted at 02:48 PM in Politics | Permalink
Meg Bortin of The New York Times has filed a story on a new Pew survey reporting growing isolationist sentiment in the United States.
Isolationism in the wake of a costly, botched war-of-choice in a distant country? Quelle surprise!
More: John B. Judis of The New Republic has written an interesting article about the Pew survey.
Posted at 03:47 PM in Foreign Policy, Politics | Permalink
Ruy Teixeira looks at the recent elections in light of the ideas driving his thesis of the emerging Democratic majority.
Posted at 04:35 PM in Politics | Permalink
Alan Ehrenhalt adds his op-ed to the growing chronicle of the ongoing GOP crackup.
Posted at 01:55 AM in Politics | Permalink
Harold Meyerson marvels at the fact that Republican moderates are finally opposing President Bush on a few issues.
It's just another episode in the predicted GOP crackup, if you ask me.
Posted at 01:09 PM in Politics | Permalink
As I expected, Theodore Dalrymple has something to say about the rioting in Paris.
More: After you read the Dalrymple piece, you might consider comparing it with this article by Peter Ford of The Christian Science Monitor.
Posted at 12:58 PM in Europe, Theodore Dalrymple | Permalink