Nina Watkins, one half of the fledgling accessories company Miel, keeps a stash of inventory under the desk in her office at the International Debate Education Association, a nonprofit organization meant to foster democracy among high-school students from developing countries. After 5 o’clock, though, she’s busy faxing designs for a new clutch to Miel’s factory Read More
Our Oldest Enemy: A History of America’s Disastrous Relationship with France, by John J. Miller and Mark Molesky. Doubleday, 294 pages, $24.95.
In a New Yorker profile last month, Ken Auletta caught speechwriter Bob Shrum—who at that point was John Kerry’s right-hand man—relaxing at home on Cape Cod, snacking on “hard cheeses” and Read More