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Dreyfus Affair

Pollard and Dreyfus: An American Jew Reflects

Jonathan Russo | Posted 06.08.2014 | Politics
Jonathan Russo

What is so fascinating -- and, frankly, odd -- about the Pollard and Dreyfus affairs is the Jewish reaction in America and Israel to the admitted spy, Pollard, versus the reaction to the framed one, Dreyfus.

Emile Zola, Poet of the Human Condition

Bernard-Henri Lévy | Posted 10.09.2013 | World
Bernard-Henri Lévy

It would be impractical to name them all, given their number, but they form a chain that, for a century, except for the war years, has never been broken. Should I speak of the Dreyfus Affair, then? Of truth on the march? Of Zola, the first intellectual?

The Arar Affair: Shades of Dreyfus

Michael Roth | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Michael Roth

The failure to give Maher Arar his day in court is another shameful episode of how our highest court and the current administration continue to protect the abusers of human rights and of the rule of law who ran amok in the Bush years.

Influences: Angelic and Demonic

Barbara Probst Solomon | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Barbara Probst Solomon

Salinger gave my generation a permission to write about our lives, our very ordinary adolescent times. He gave us our voice, our right to be serious in our own postwar, perhaps over-privileged, tones.

Jules Verne's Kip Brothers Translated into English after 100 Years

Jim Luce | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Jim Luce

The book, a crime drama, celebrates the fraternal bonds of brotherhood, written shortly after the death of Verne's brother and best friend, a French sailor.