Crying Without Tears
March 10, 1996
Campaign Journal: Dole and Buchanan in 1996.
March 04, 1996
Michael Lewis's 1996 campaign journal.
February 05, 1996
Michael Lewis on the 1996 campaign.
Let The Games Begin!
January 29, 1996
Michael Lewis's 1996 New Hampshire diary.
July 03, 1995
Richard Stengel reports on Newt's 1995 trip to New Hampshire.
July 01, 1992
"I can't believe we've lost it all," said a bleary-eyed Bill Clinton in the early morning hours before the polls opened for the New Hampshire primary. He had gathered around him in the Days Hotel in Manchester his political directorate for the unveiling of the last tracking poll numbers. Before the story in the Star broke about Gennifer Flowers, his numbers had climbed steadily to a 10-point margin over his nearest rival, Paul Tsongas, a native son from neighboring Massachusetts.
Springtime for Buchanan
March 09, 1992
Sidney Blumenthal on Pat Buchanan's 1992 primary coup.
February 29, 1988
Hendrik Hertzberg comments on the 1988 campaign.
Holden Caulfield Goes To Law School
March 09, 1987
What should we make of Salinger's attempt to block publication of a slim biography?
February 03, 1986
There was always a special patriotism to the speeches of Martin Luther King. No other American orator could bring audiences to their feet by reciting three full stanzas of "My Country, Tis of Thee." From there he often soared across the American landscape in perorations calling on freedom to ring "from the granite peaks of New Hampshire . . . from the mighty Alleghenies of Pennsylvania . . . from the snowcapped Rockies of Colorado . . . from Lookout Mountain in Tennessee! Let it ring . . .