Comrades in Arms

From the April 2009 Print Edition

When I first came to spend my days in the office of the Institute on Religion and Public Life”this was sometime in early 1990”Richard Neuhaus had been a friend of mine for roughly twenty years. During that time, the two of us had been traveling, politically and culturally speaking, . . . . Continue Reading »

Liberating Germaine Greer

From the October 1999 Print Edition

I never met Germaine Greer, but I did see her once in live performance”and a most diverting performance it was. The year, as I remember it, was 1970. Norman Mailer had recently published a very long article on the then newly declared women’s revolution and had succeeded, as was his wont, . . . . Continue Reading »