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In Lewis Lapham's book “Age of American Folly” he references observations made by Aristotle many centuries ago. The ideas seemed pertinent to the U.S. today. Aristotle's hypothesis that “forms of government follow one another in sequence as certain as the changing seasons: Monarchy dissolving into ...
Harper's has much in common with The Atlantic (which you have already mentioned) but in my opinion with deeper reporting and better writing. Not sure why this would be so, since they are both monthlies — perhaps it is the legacy of Lewis Lapham, who was the editor of Harper's for many decades.

At a dinner party given by Ann Getty in 1987, she finds herself between the editor Lewis Lapham and an Italian art dealer. Nearby is Donald Trump. “Ann, for some reason, monopolized Lapham for two courses, leaving me and Trump both stranded, so he leaned over them and started bombarding me with ...
It's an obvious attack but not necessarily unfair. Julia Munro, the riding's current Progressive Conservative MPP, announced on March 21 that she'd retire at the next election. Mulroney and her husband, Andrew, the financier son of New York writer and editor Lewis Lapham, bought a place on the shore of ...
... as the Paris Review poetry editor from 1992 to 2005. In attendance were Mona Simpson, Jeffrey Eugenides, Zadie Smith, Nick Laird, Emma Cline, Gabriella Hearst, Lucas Zwirner, Griffin Dunne, Walter Mosley, Gay Talese, Rebecca Hall, Grace Schulman, Antonio Weiss, Akhil Sharma, Lewis Lapham, ...
And while the presidential contest between Hillary Clinton and Trump — long on vitriol, pussy-grabbing, and pandering; short on serious policy ideas and honest debate — was a disgrace to some, it was an inevitability to Lewis H. Lapham, editor emeritus of Harper's Magazine and founding editor of ...

Lewis Lapham, above, a founder of Texaco and great-grandfather of long-time Harper's Magazine editor Lewis H. Lapham, spent summers with his family at their estate that is now the 300-acre Waveny Park in New Canaan. Lapham (March 13, 1858 — June 10, 1934) was an American entrepreneur who ...
WRITING commentary in the United States used to be a lucrative business. The essayist and former editor of Harpers, Lewis Lapham, says he was once offered $200,000 a year for life if he would edit a right-wing political journal. That was over 30 years ago. Conservative businessmen and corporations ...
Lapham, the legendary former editor of Harper's, who, beginning in the 1970s, helped change the face of American nonfiction, has a new mission: taking on the Great Paradox of the digital age. Suddenly thanks to Google Books, JSTOR and the like, all the great thinkers of all the civilizations past and present are one or two ...
“He's the bedrock of classic academic purity and discipline,” said Terry McDonell, the editor of Sports Illustrated, a longtime friend and a sometime companion at Elaine's. “His facility with the English language is a wonderful thing.” Politically, the Obama era is an odd time for Mr. Lapham, who in one of his ...
Mulroney and her husband, Andrew, the financier son of New York writer and editor Lewis Lapham, bought a place on the shore of Lake ...
Editor's Note: This article is part two of three. ... When Lewis Lapham wrote, “The state of perpetual emptiness is, of course, very good for ...
“We need the arts now more than ever,” said Paris Review editor Lorin ... Akhil Sharma, Lewis Lapham, Timothy Donnelly, and David Salle.
However, the folly of our 21st century crusade against evil was presented to us in monthly installments as the folly unfolded by Lewis Lapham's ...
Surviving Trump: Lewis Lapham Wants Democracy to Rise from the ... it was an inevitability to Lewis H. Lapham, editor emeritus of Harper's ...
Lewis Lapham, above, a founder of Texaco and great-grandfather of long-time Harper's Magazine editor Lewis H. Lapham, spent summers with ...
WRITING commentary in the United States used to be a lucrative business. The essayist and former editor of Harpers, Lewis Lapham, says he ...

... for the opportunity to work with its namesake — Lewis Lapham, the magazine's founder and editor (and former longtime editor of Harper's).
Mr. Lapham, the longtime editor of Harper's magazine and founder of Lapham's Quarterly, is a captivating but nonchalant storyteller.
Lewis Lapham's Drug Diary ... Lewis Lapham:
Lewis Lapham, the legendary former editor of Harper's, who, beginning in the 1970s, helped change the face of American nonfiction, has a new mission: taking ...
But it's Brown's reports on editing that offer an illuminating thrill. ..... she finds herself between the editor Lewis Lapham and an Italian art dealer.
Mulroney and her husband, Andrew, the financier son of New York writer and editor Lewis Lapham, bought a place on the shore of Lake ...
Editor's Note: This article is part two of three. ... When Lewis Lapham wrote, “The state of perpetual emptiness is, of course, very good for ...
“We need the arts now more than ever,” said Paris Review editor Lorin ... Akhil Sharma, Lewis Lapham, Timothy Donnelly, and David Salle.
However, the folly of our 21st century crusade against evil was presented to us in monthly installments as the folly unfolded by Lewis Lapham's ...
Surviving Trump: Lewis Lapham Wants Democracy to Rise from the ... it was an inevitability to Lewis H. Lapham, editor emeritus of Harper's ...
Lewis Lapham, above, a founder of Texaco and great-grandfather of long-time Harper's Magazine editor Lewis H. Lapham, spent summers with ...
... to their diminishing privileges,” legendary writer and editor Lewis Lapham, a longtime friend, told The New York Times after Hamilton's death.
Lewis Lapham, the legendary former editor of Harper's, who, beginning in the 1970s, helped change the face of American nonfiction, has a new mission: taking ...
Despite this fact, even people I highly respect, such as Michael Hudson and Lewis Lapham, have no idea what supply-side economics is about and misrepresent it as some kind of preferment for the rich, which shows the power of the Establishment to ...
Despite this fact, even people I highly respect, such as Michael Hudson and Lewis Lapham, have no idea what supply-side economics is about and misrepresent it as some kind of preferment for the rich, which shows the power of the Establishment to ...
And while the presidential contest between Hillary Clinton and Trump - long on vitriol, pussy-grabbing, and pandering; short on serious policy ideas and honest debate - was a disgrace to some, it was an inevitability to Lewis H. Lapham, editor ...
Deputy Editor Bruce Barcott and editor Ben Adlin will be monitoring the hearings, posting regular updates, and highlighting whatever cannabis content may emerge.
In 2001, he said he wasn't that enthused to be picked for Oprah's Book Club, because she liked "schmaltzy" books, prompting Harper's Editor Lewis Lapham to call him "a guy from the country who shows up at court wearing the wrong shoes." Then there was ...
Longtime Harper's editor Lewis Lapham calls the Trump win a "hostile takeover" - and in business those are always about one thing: cash.
Lewis Lapham, above, a founder of Texaco and great-grandfather of long-time Harper's Magazine editor Lewis H. Lapham, spent summers with his family at their estate that is now the 300-acre Waveny Park in New Canaan.
WRITING commentary in the United States used to be a lucrative business. The essayist and former editor of Harpers, Lewis Lapham, says he was once offered $200,000 a year for life if he would edit a right-wing political journal. That was over 30 years ago.
"He had a particular beat, as it were - the preppy world, the world of Ralph Lauren, the Protestant WASP establishment that was on their way out, holding on to their diminishing privileges," legendary writer and editor Lewis Lapham, a longtime friend ...
After a nomination process, public voting and filtering by the editors, six finalists were sent to a renowned figure in the field for final judgement.
Dancer Deborah Hay, art historian and artists rights manager Theodore Feder, and writer and editor Lewis Lapham have been granted the title of Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters by the French government.
He's hoping to get some writing done on the trip, and he has more cruising lined up afterwards, as a guest lecturer on a voyage organised by Lewis Lapham, a former editor of Harper's Magazine, from Casablanca to Lisbon. The book he's writing now is set ...
"He had a particular beat, as it were - the preppy world, the world of Ralph Lauren, the Protestant WASP establishment that was on their way out, holding onto their diminishing privileges," Lewis Lapham, the editor of Lapham's Quarterly and a longtime ...
His grandson is Lewis A. Lapham, writer, author of numerous books on politics and current affairs, was editor of Harper's magazine until 2006 and founder of Lapham's Quarterly, a new journal about history.
Waveny Park encompasses the planned landscape of the first resident, Thomas Hall, and later of the second resident, Lewis Lapham and his children, as an "American Country Place." The Hall Era: Thomas B. Hall, President of the American Hide ... His ...
A documentary based on an anthropologist's PhD dissertation might sound like a daunting prospect - but don't underestimate the amount of fun you can have with a scholarly endeavor.
(Chomsky couldn't do it, so they got Harper's editor Lewis Lapham instead.) And with Sex Panther Cologne, McKay had already proven he possesses an extremely rare but key skill for The Big Short: making people laugh at percentages.


 

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