Chronicles Magazine REVIEWS

  • REVIEWS

    A Highly Acceptable Man

    Robert George's overall views are the least substantial aspect of his thought. They are very much like those that emerged in the wake of the 1960’s among the people who became the first generation of neoconservatives.

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  • REVIEWS

    One Big Thing

    Devouring Freedom is substantially a useful history of the spending wars between America’s two main political parties since 1932, culminating in the years since 2009 when Barack Obama became president of the United States.

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  • IN THE DARK

    Attachment and Loss

    Grim. That’s the first thing to say about Woody Allen’s new movie, Blue Jasmine. The second is that its lead, Cate Blanchett, gives one of the best performances by an actress since Vivian Leigh played Blanche DuBois in Elia Kazan’s 1951...

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