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April 22, 2018

Cockburn for Congress

Leslie Cockburn, author of Baghdad Solitaire, has secured enough delegates to make her the Democratic Party's nominee for the U.S. Congress in Virginia's 5th District.

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June 27, 2015

The Crisis of Democracy

John Agresto on Equality, Freedom, and the Founding Fathers

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March 21, 2015

Charles Fleming: Hardboiled Hollywood

1947. Movie studios. Tough Guys. Starlets. Murder.

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May 21, 2014

My 10 Coolest Movies, 1946-59

I know, there are a lot more, but if I have to be confined to 10, here they are...

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April 8, 2014

Sister Carol Perry: A Practical Faith

"Religious wars and persecutions for religious reasons are wrong, be they the Crusades of the Middle Ages or the jihad of the Muslim extremists today. No one group has a monopoly on truth."

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April 8, 2014

Sister Carol Perry: A Practical Faith

"Religious wars and persecutions for religious reasons are wrong, be they the Crusades of the Middle Ages or the jihad of the Muslim extremists today. No one group has a monopoly on truth."

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March 28, 2014

Jerry from the Block: PW Talks with Jerome Kass

Out of the Bronx, screenwriter Kass’s fiction debut, follows the charming Sachs family in a set of 10 related short stories spanning from the 1940s to present.

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January 3, 2014

Leo Braudy on 'Trying To Be Cool'

"To a great extent I am an observer in the book, trying to figure out the world of the 1950s and its mysteries. Maybe I’m like one of those guilty bystanders in the Hitchcock films of the 1950s, who are always getting lured into situations by their own curiosity."

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December 20, 2013

Charles Dennis Explains 'The Magiker'

"My dad never forgot leaving the shtetl in 1919. It was from him that I learned so much about the shtetl life that I describe in The Magiker."

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