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Roger Kaplan
Roger Kaplan
Roger Kaplan, a Washington-based writer, covers the Middle East and Africa (and tennis) for The American Spectator.
by | Apr 28, 2020

The hero of The Last One Left is Sam Boylston, a Texas lawyer whose fiercely competitive drive causes a breach…

by | Apr 18, 2020

“Cette espèce de grève générale volontaire me paraît suicidaire,” quoth the aged veteran and retired politician to a young editor…

by | Apr 13, 2020

P, conducting his virtual seminar on American lit in Paris, announces that he is finished with Thoreau and is about…

by | Apr 8, 2020

Returning to my e-pen-pal P, with his American lit seminar in Paris, France, I write him, okay, if you insist,…

by | Apr 1, 2020

There is a plaque at the Rose Park courts, and there are some mighty fine players here, nationally and internationally…

by | Mar 30, 2020

Pursuing my explanation to P, in Paris with his American lit seminar despite le confinement, Huck Finn rejects Aunt Sally’s…

by | Mar 26, 2020

P, my Paris correspondent, asks me how we are holding up, I tell him we as a society will be…

by | Mar 24, 2020

My friend P in Paris, an occasional American Spectator contributor, notes that no one was celebrating or even remembering the day on…

by | Mar 23, 2020

Editor’s Note: The coronavirus pandemic has many of us shut up in our homes for now. That can be isolating…

by | Mar 18, 2020

Amid the national conversation — a silly, fashionable term except it sounds like the yak-yaks it mostly is — I…

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