Book Reviews

Supreme Paradoxes

Roosevelt’s eight Supreme Court justices helped pen some of the Court’s best decisions—and some of its worst.

By Jeffrey Toobin

Spreading the Bad News

Right-wing evangelicalism’s moral and religious descent into Trumpism has been near-total. Is there a way out?

By Soong-Chan Rah

Clash of Identities

Avi Shlaim is a groundbreaking Arab-Jewish historian. His memoirs both benefit and suffer from this duality.

By Jordan Michael Smith

Wolf in Klein's Clothing

What happens when you keep getting mistaken for someone who’s become Steve Bannon’s good buddy?

By Amanda Marcotte

Up in the Air

The government helped make air travel miserable. Can it now help to make it better?

By Silke Forbes