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America's greatest living comedian refuses to predict the future -- predicting the present is risky enough.
The hot new bible of the universal health care contingent is wonderfully written -- though you'll never learn from it how government just might be responsible for some of the huge problems its author wants to eradicate.
A bouquet for Gore Vidal, the snidest of the snide.
A year after Sen. Ted Kennedy's collaboration with his Chappaquiddickly named dog, a number of similar best-sellers are in the works.
Reagan, John Paul II, and Mrs. Thatcher, as only John O'Sullivan could capture them.
Alan Reynolds knows how to keep the "two Americas" crowd from messing with our minds.
George Vecsey writes for a high average.
Gene Tunney, one of boxing's greatest champs, but least known personalities.
John Berendt doesn't quite capture the city's wonder.
America is a great, successful military power that nonetheless dislikes war.