Chronicles Magazine REVIEWS

  • REVIEWS

    Bungalow Minds

    Paul Barker has expended much of his career (mostly at the left-leaning New Society, later absorbed into the New Statesman) to make us appreciate the unfashionable backwaters where some 84 percent of Britons opt (or are constrained) to live.

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  • REVIEWS

    Limited Hangout

    Donald Rumsfeld has produced, four years after his departure from government, a memoir of no stylistic distinction. It contains few if any interesting revelations, save, perhaps, those relating to President Nixon’s choice of vice presidents.

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  • IN THE DARK

    Under an Honorable Spell

    Even now that he’s a young man, Liam still thinks the world of Harry Potter. For him, it’s now a matter of nostalgia, I suspect. It all began when he started reading J.K. Rowling’s stories of the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry as a...

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