RealClearBooks Morning Edition

Saturday, March 28
Fleming's Midlife Crisis Gave Birth to Bond? - Katie Kilkenny, The Atlantic
Honest Abe and the Children of Abraham - Emily Shire, The Daily Beast
A Look at 'Fighting Over the Founders' - Aaron Maclean, Free Beacon
Federalist Society in Legal Education - John McGinnis, Wall Street Journal
Pinkoes and Traitors in UK - Sinclair McKay, The Telegraph
Some Banks are 'Too Big to Jail' - JIm Zarroli, NPR
When Spirituality Becomes Nihilism - Scott Carney, Medium
26 Quotes From Classic Literature - Daniel Dalton, BuzzFeed
Friday, March 27
How Inequality Benefits Everyone - George Will, Washington Post
What Might End Black-on-Black Crime? - Robert VerBruggen, RC Policy
Do You Believe in Ghosts? You Will After This - Maureen Corrigan, NPR
Blair's Cash Lust Driven by Clinton Envy - Nico Hines, The Daily Beast
Long Life and Reach of Ben-Gurion - Benjamin Balint, Weekly Standard
Two Views of Shame in the Modern Age - Astra Taylor, Los Angeles Times
Kareem Has Much to Say in Kids Book - Marcus Hayes, Philly Daily News
The World's 50 Most Translated Books - Electric Literature
Thursday, March 26
Indicting Morals of a Pampered Generation - Adam Kirsch, The Atlantic
How Poor Are the Poor? - Thomas Edsall, The New York Times
Islam Is In Need of Its Own Reformation - Brian Stewart, National Review
Commencement Speech's 'Secular Sermon' - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
The Science on Science of Climate Change - Robert Bryce, Weekly Standard
Picking a Titan: Knausgaard or Ferrante? - Joshua Rothman, New Yorker
If I Fall, If I Die - An Interview With the Author - Joel Rice, McSweeney's
Shortlist for 2015 Man Booker Int'l Prize - Alison Flood, The Guardian
Wednesday, March 25
Why Frank Bruni's Wrong About Ivy League - Jonathan Wai, Quartz
DC Spooks, Eavesdroppers and Assassins - Victor Asemota, War Is Boring
Drones and Rise of High-Tech Assassins - Peter Lewis, B&N Review
Secrets of Hydrogen Bomb, Revealed - William Broad, New York Times
Shakespeare in Tehran - Stephen Greenblatt, New York Review of Books
The Slippery Slope to Extinction - Toby Lester, Wall Street Journal
Paradox of Choosing ... or Not Choosing - Oliver Burkeman, The Guardian
The Canonization of St. Steve of Cupertino - Emma-Kate Symons, Quartz
Tuesday, March 24
The Grim Future of the American Worker - Patrick Martin, Free Beacon
Michelle Obama Bio Explores Race - Krissah Thompson, Washington Post
A Radical Critic for a Radical Poet - Eavan Boland, Irish Times
The Letters of T.S. Eliot - Lyndall Gordon, The Guardian
Son, Mother and Lessons of a Lifetime - Carlos Lozada, Washington Post
To Harness the Transformative Power of Habit - Popova, Brain Pickings
Tangled Middle East After WWI - Eugene Rogan, Washington Times
The Best Books About Los Angeles - Readers & Marta Bausells, The Guardian
Monday, March 23
How Liberals Sold Out Blacks - Joseph Epstein, Wall Street Journal
'The Whites': Bad Criminals, Obsessed Cops - Paul Davis, Philly Inquirer
Persistent Mythology of 'Hollywood 10' - Harvey Klehr, Weekly Standard
Hitler's Unwilling First Victims - Richard Evans, The Guardian
Mankind's Toughest Foe - Rust - Mark Gamin, Cleveland Plain Dealer
Shocking Look at Our Imperiled Planet - John McMurtrie, SF Chronicle
The Grace Of Friendship - John Powers, Fresh Air
Biographical Dictionary of Literary Failure - Anthony Paletta, Daily Beast
Saturday, March 21
Race, Crime and Corruption in Deep South - David Beasley, History Reader
The American Dream in Crisis - Robert L. Smith, The Plain Dealer
A Flawed But Important Take on Immigration - Peter Skerry, TAI
A Riveting Slice of North Korean History - Terry Hong, CS Monitor
'Flash Boys' Claims Remain Unproven - Bill Harts, CNBC
Words for War - 7 Quotations - John DeRosa, War Council
Moustaki's 'The Bird Market of Paris' - Meganne Fabrega, Star Tribune
Givhan's 'The Battle of Versailles' - Christopher Muther, Boston Globe
Friday, March 20
What Is Social Media Doing to Us? - Andrew Cleary, CS Monitor
One Marine's Experience in Afghanistan - Matthew Fleming, OC Register
History's Forgotten Women - John Wilkens, U-T San Diego
Barney Frank Pulls No Punches - Eleanor Clift, The Daily Beast
'Hog Butcher' in Ferguson Era - Jessica Null Vealitzek, Great New Books
2016 Star Wars Movie Inspired by Great Books - Ryan Britt, Electric Lit
Mark Merlis on New Novel, 'JD' - Christopher Bram, Lambda Literary
The Many Faces of Tusk Poaching - Emma Schneider, Full Stop
Thursday, March 19
Yes, Mark Cuban, Atlas Is Shrugging - Robert Tracinski, The Federalist
Why Civil War Still Matters - Richard Snow, Wall Street Journal
Just How Dangerous Is the World? - Frank Hoffman, War on the Rocks
A Searing Indictment on Nation-Building - Daniel Jose Older, NPR
Space in Every House Saved for Emptiness - Meghan Lamb, HTMLGiant
On Loving Literature - William Giraldi, Virginia Quarterly Review
The Making of a Writer - Kent Haruf, Granta
Writing and Skateboarding's 5 Connections - Claire Cameron, The Millions
Wednesday, March 18
Our Kids' Growing Opportunity Gap - Ruben Thomas Finighan, RCPolicy
Sex, Evolution and End of Male Supremacy - Dr. Melvin Konner, Salon
Ray Bradbury and the Art of Fiction - Sam Weller, The Paris Review
Harper Lee's Abandoned True-Crime Novel - Casey Cep, The Page-Turner
Culture, Code-Switching and Biafran War - E.V. de Cleyre, Ploughshares
Andy Warhol's 1st Film - Jordan Cronk, Los Angeles Review of Books

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