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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.
Neal Gabler's new biography of Walt Disney is too good to miss.
Robert Southey turned away from radicalism to become a great conservative.
The death of Russia receives new confirmation.
John Mortimer's priceless creation now confronts the War on Terror.