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How Should We Define the Success of a Government?

A defense of statism against those who confuse America's comprehensive level of government with tyranny. Read More »

Book Review: The Commandant: An Account by the First Commanding Officer of Auschwitz by Rudolf Hoess, ed. by Jürg Amann

Condensing the autobiography of the commander of Auschwitz into a 16-page "monologue" doesn't make the horror any less. Read More »

Book Review: Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay

Sarah cannot go beyond the pale, in this case locked doors of Vel' D'Hiv and posted guards, but you can. Read More »

Book Review: After Midnight by Irmgard Keun

Slim novel effectively portrays life in pre-war Nazi Germany through the eyes of a young ingenue. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Great Dictator – The Criterion Collection

Chaplin's first talking picture gets the deluxe treatment. Read More »

Book Review: The Informers by Juan Gabriel Vásquez

Colombian author's first novel translated into English explores forgotten effects of World War II on his nation. Read More »

Book Review: Fromm’s: How Julius Fromm’s Condom Empire Fell To The Nazis by Götz Aly and Michael Sontheimer

The curious case of Jewish condom manufacturer Julius Fromm is detailed here. Read More »

Book Review: The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich: A History of Nazi Germany (Thirtieth Anniversary Edition) by William Shirer

A classic analysis of Nazi Germany shines a light on the darkness that nearly destroyed civilization. Read More »