the New-York review of Books
Volume 53, Number 3 · FEBRUARY 213, 2006
The Biggest Secret By Thomas Powers
The challenges posed to American democracy by secrecy and by unchecked presidential power are the two great themes running through the history of the Iraq</place /></country-region /> war.
The strange case of Judge Alito By Ronald Dworkin
The Senate hearings on Supreme Court nominations are designed to give the American public an opportunity - its last opportunity - to pass judgment on an official who for the rest of his life will have enormous and unchecked power to define their most fundamental political rights.
Sleeping Beauty By J.M. Coetzee
On Memories of My Melancholy Whores by Gabriel García Márquez, translated from the Spanish by Edith Grossman.
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