Henry Luce, the man who created Time, Life, Fortune, Sports Illustrated, and a publishing empire that both reflected and helped to define American life for much of the 20th century, waited a long time to get the biography he deserves.
A review of The Third Reich in the Ivory Tower: Complicity and Conflict on American Campuses by Stephen H. Norwood.
Columbia interviews Jerome Charyn ’59CC, author of The Secret Life of Emily Dickinson: A Novel.
A review of Fredrik Stanton's Great Negotiations: Agreements that Changed the Modern World
Robert Cohen's novel Amateur Barbarians is a tender send-up of civilization’s discontents.
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