Christopher Caldwell

Christopher Caldwell is a senior editor at the Weekly Standard. His book Reflections on the Revolution in Europe: Immigration, Islam and the West will be published in the United States in July.

Books
Aug. 23 2010 7:01 AMWhere Islam and Christianity CollideA reporter braves the terrors of the 10th parallel.
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Nov. 18 2003 1:36 PMXXXMartin Amis wonders if pornography is ruining your life.
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Aug. 7 2003 3:31 PMWaugh Was Best as a Young Man
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Aug. 5 2003 3:24 PMThe Wildean Sally Without the Wildean Wit
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June 11 2003 8:58 AMHumane Mortals
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March 7 2003 2:24 PMBargain-Basement LiteratureWhy are English books made so badly?
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Feb. 18 2003 11:44 AMWas the Greatest Generation Bad for Women?
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Jan. 29 2003 3:37 PMBush's Fuzzy Math
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Jan. 28 2003 11:41 AMLook for Interesting Domestic Flourishes
Culturebox
Sept. 11 2002 2:19 PMThe Thrilling FieldsA New York Times reporter confesses that war turns him on.
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June 18 2002 1:21 PMThe Weaker SexThe Kamasutra gets a cold shower.
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June 5 2002 12:37 PMMeaning: In Short Supply in Postwar America
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May 2 2002 8:06 AMA Thoroughly Boring Bully
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April 30 2002 12:17 PMLBJ—Master of the Suck-Up
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April 15 2002 11:19 AMThe Mental Terrain of a WWII Childhood
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June 15 2009 6:52 AMHow on Earth Do You Tame Extremists?Cass Sunstein tackles an impossible task.
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Oct. 17 2003 11:44 AMMan Out of TimeJohn Clare was once as famous a poet as John Keats. What happened?
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Aug. 6 2003 2:20 PMThe Ultimate Struggle
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June 12 2003 8:11 AMRush's Male Women
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May 6 2003 1:47 PMOperation SmileyJane Smiley's struggle to write a great American novel.
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Feb. 19 2003 2:35 PMSuburban Snow Job
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Feb. 17 2003 12:28 PMThe Narcotic Dart of Academia
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Jan. 29 2003 1:05 AMA Declaration of War
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Jan. 27 2003 9:40 AMA Metonym for Bush's Ills
Culturebox
July 15 2002 1:51 PMAir ShtickThe self-righteousness of the long-distance traveler.
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June 6 2002 1:39 PMDickstein's Freudian Slip
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June 4 2002 2:08 PM"Attentive and Original Without Being Show-Offy"
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May 1 2002 8:42 AMLBJ's Alleged Compassion
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April 16 2002 11:30 AMSpies: A Way To Entrance Those Who've Never Read Frayn
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March 8 2002 8:25 AMWhat the Meaning of Sex Is

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