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Robet E. Lauder
When a revival of Robert Bolt’s marvelous play “A Man for All Seasons” opened on Broadway last October, the New York Times critic Ben Brantley, usually reliable for intelligent insights into theater and serious reflection on dramatic themes, wrote a strange review. Brantley seemed
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Francis A. SullivanJohn J. StrynkowskiJohn W. O’Malley
Three experts on church history and governance discuss Marco Politi's article on episcopal collaboration.
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Clyde F. Crews
The "national pastime" has occasioned more intellectual rumination than any other athletic endeavor in American—perhaps even world—history. Intellectuals and sports writers have turned the metaphysical implications of the game into something of a cottage industry.