Week of November 11, 2013

Roundup Top 10!





#1 JFK Was an Unapologetic Liberal
by David Greenberg

His underrated career as ideological warrior.

THE NEW REPUBLIC


#2 The U.S. Army Discovers Africa
by Andrew J. Bacevich

Africa has many needs. Whether it needs the United States bringing to bear a million American soldiers is doubtful.

LOS ANGELES TIMES


#3 Who’s Still Afraid of Interracial Marriage?
by Jelani Cobb

Sex between white men and black women has been a feature of this country literally since its inception.

THE NEW YORKER


#4 The Five Best Kennedy Assassination Books
by Jon Wiener

Here are five choices -- some fiction, some non -- for readers this November.

THE NATION


#5 White America and the Burden of Slavery
by Vincent Intondi

It is long overdue that whites, collectively, acknowledge, apologize, and condemn slavery.

HUFFINGTON POST


#6 The Democrats' Worst Nightmare
by Robert W. Merry

Barack Obama's second term is on the road to failure.

THE NATIONAL INTEREST


#7 Lee Harvey Oswald Was My Friend
by Paul Gregory

From nearly the moment I met Lee Harvey Oswald, it seemed that he felt the world had sized him up wrong.

NEW YORK TIMES


#8 Obama’s Fallout for the Left
by Victor Davis Hanson

He will not be harmed by his “misspeaking,” but his fellow liberals will.

NATIONAL REVIEW


#9 Bill de Blasio Is Not Afraid of Red Scare Ghosts
by Landon R.Y. Storrs

The Democratic candidate for New York mayor confronts the dark legacy of a federal employee loyalty program.

THE NATION


#10 Ending a Feud Between Allies
by Victor Cha and Karl Friedhoff

Japan and South Korea's tensions threaten East Asian security.

NEW YORK TIMES



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