Book Review / The New Yorker - March 26, 2012

Watergate / by Thomas Mallon

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Book Review / The New Yorker - January 2, 2012

Noon / by Aatish Taseer

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Book Review / The New Yorker - July 5, 2010

The Promise / by Jonathan Alter

This chronicle of the first year of the Obama Presidency argues that Obama took charge well before he was elected, when the economy imploded, in September, 2008.

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Book Review / The New Yorker - May 10, 2010

In Pursuit of Silence / by George Prochnik

Prochnik’s quest for the many meanings of silence takes him on an adventure of profound listening. A Trappist monk says that silence offers a “radical confrontation with ourselves”…

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Book Review / The New Yorker - April 26, 2010

The Devil and Mr. Casement / by Jordan Goodman

In 1910, the British government asked Roger Casement, a consular official, to investigate reports that a British-registered rubber-trading company was exploiting Barbadian workers in the Amazon.

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