A poem from our archives
James Burnham's ambiguous legacy to American conservatism.
Is there room for farce—and critical thought—after September 11?
The life of a liberal Muslim.
"The Lord of The Rings" trilogy is one of the few works of genius in modern literature.
The 1968 Democratic National Convention became a battle between police and protesters.
The 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles were the first to be financed without government funds—and they were also the most profitable.
Part two of an anti-cinema screed from 1943
An anti-cinema screed from 1943
A review of Margaret Mitchell's bestseller
A New Republic film critic wades through the instant classic, in two parts.
For pro-nukes, for anti-nukes.
A review of "2001: A Space Odyssey"
A review of "The Wiz" starring Diana Ross
A review of Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction"
A review of Philip Roth's "American Pastoral"
Humanism with and without tears