An odd new book by Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld gives ambition a bad name
A book by Yale Law professors Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld shows an astonishing lack of scholarly rigor or common sense.
The writer who goes by the pen name Mai Jia is the most popular author in the world you’ve never heard of.
We do not imagine Benjamin on the beach. But the great intellectual of city life defied every school and stereotype.
Three writers set out to defend the region and end up committing the same common mistake.
Every transcription of handwriting into print misses something. With Dickinson's manuscripts, transcriptions miss a whole lot.
The ghost at the atheist feast
Two new books about the ghost at the atheist feast
Hypocrisy won’t be what brings down Calipari. His teams’ performances will.
Anne Rice's petition won't work. People will still find a way to be jerks on the Internet—because it’s the Internet.
At what point does a work of supposed literary merit simply become fan fiction?
What Washington-focused liberals miss about Progressivism
The liberal consensus is that Teddy Roosevelt was a great progressive. But his popularity makes it hard to see an alternative: progressivism with power not in the hands of corporate managers, or oligarchs.