Ron Rosenbaum Ron Rosenbaum

Ron Rosenbaum is the author of The Shakespeare Wars and Explaining Hitler. His latest book is How the End Begins: The Road to a Nuclear World War III. 

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June 24 2011 3:30 PMNew York Women Have Evolved Into a Higher SpeciesMen should welcome the new Times pick for editor.
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May 16 2011 10:31 AMDylan's Birthday PresentFree Bob from the Bobolator cult.
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April 7 2011 2:50 PMIs Ulysses Overrated?All but one chapter—and not the one you think.
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Feb. 28 2011 5:40 PMAn Unsung Hero of the Nuclear AgeMaj. Harold Hering and the forbidden question that cost him his career.
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Jan. 21 2011 11:55 AMThe Triumph of Hacker CultureStuxnet and the iconic, pioneering hacker Captain Crunch.
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Nov. 17 2010 4:05 PMNukes Go RogueIs the START treaty a dead duck in lame-duck session?
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Oct. 13 2010 12:29 PMThe Best Rosanne Cash Song EverDare you not to weep!
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Aug. 31 2010 1:33 PMBan Drone-Porn War CrimesDeath by joystick is immoral and illegal.
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July 23 2010 2:56 PMFreeing "Pale Fire" From Pale FireThe next big Nabokov controversy.
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May 13 2010 4:43 PMThe Double Falsehood of Double FalsehoodA respected edition of Shakespeare self-destructively tries to "extend the brand."
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March 25 2010 10:41 AMBonfire of the IntellectualsPaul Berman's outraged attack on Ayaan Hirsi Ali's attackers.
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Feb. 24 2010 3:21 PMThe Telltale BagelThe secret moral hierarchy of the New York Post.
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Jan. 22 2010 1:46 PMOutsource the CIA to Downsized ReportersA modest proposal.
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Nov. 30 2009 6:10 PMThe Dangerous Mysteries of ConsciousnessWe still need answers.
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Oct. 13 2009 1:58 PMWorst Framing Device EverHow the misbegotten phrase public option has undermined health care reform.
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June 1 2011 5:29 PMSave the Condé Nast Maidens!Don't lock them up in the WTC Tower of Terror.
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April 28 2011 3:26 PMWhy America Loves Serial KillersThey give us an alibi for our murderous culture.
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March 18 2011 1:30 PMRadioactivityWhy is this blight different from all other blights?
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Feb. 7 2011 2:17 PMStalin's CannibalsWhat the new book Bloodlands tells us about the nature of evil.
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Dec. 20 2010 6:34 PMDon't Cry for Me, Jeff JarvisGoogle guru attacks Germany for allowing Internet privacy.
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Nov. 1 2010 2:38 PMLate for the Tea PartyConservative pundits rush to catch up.
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Sept. 22 2010 4:10 PMThe Banality of Narcissism The class war over cultural diagnosis.
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Aug. 18 2010 2:28 PMHow To Fix the Billionaires' "Giving Pledge"Show us the money—and put it to work now!
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June 28 2010 2:03 PMAn Agnostic ManifestoAt least we know what we don't know.
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April 22 2010 4:50 PMThe Tea Party's Toxic Take on HistoryIgnore it at your peril.
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March 8 2010 5:19 PMZero Hour for Zero Will the START treaty be the dead end of Obama's no-nukes dream?
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Feb. 4 2010 9:30 AMSex in the Salinger Archives?A little-known short story might be a clue.
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Dec. 29 2009 7:27 PMThe Catchphrase of the Decade And those that have had their 15 minutes of fame.
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Oct. 30 2009 12:37 PMThe Evil of BanalityTroubling new revelations about Arendt and Heidegger.
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Sept. 24 2009 10:57 AMThe Nabokov CodeA first encounter with Laura, his last, unfinished work.

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