Archived publication for 2008
John Roskam reviews Dean Acheson: A Life in the Cold War and George Kennan: A Study of Character.
Chris Berg reviews Ilf and Petrov's American Road Trip. In 1931, some 10,000 American tourists travelled to the Soviet Union in order to see what the great Soviet Experiment could offer their depression ravaged country. But the tourist traffic...
Richard Allsop reviews Blubberland: The Dangers of Happiness.
Jennifer Marohasy reviews Cool It: The Skeptical Environmentalist's Guide to Global Warming.
Louis Staley reviews How to Read the Bible.
Andrew Kemp reviews The Shock Doctrine.
Opposing government interference in the economy and society is hardly support for ‘fascism'. An attack on the Institute of Public Affairs in the latest edition of Overland by Shane Cahill shows just how far the socialist literary magazine...
‘There is, of course, every reason to view the next century with fear,' wrote a New York Times film reviewer in 1976 after having watched the Charlton Heston vehicle Soylent Green. Smug pessimism of this type is hardly unusual in political...