2003-04-25

Date: 
Friday, April 25, 2003

Robert G. Hoyt, R.I.P.

Bob Hoyt, who died April 10 at eighty-one, was a distinctive writer and a brilliant editor. Distinctive because he had a voice of his own-succinct, witty, and...

We Hold These Truths

As the dean of a law school, I spend much time meeting our graduates. They have many stories about the colorful characters who taught them. The most popular...

A New Kind Of War?

To the surprise of many if not most Americans, Operation Iraqi Freedom turned out to be, in many respects, an old-fashioned war. Just when we had bought into...

At large

On Ash Wednesday 2002, I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a rare blood cancer that weakens the immune system and eats the bones. The chaplain at the Dana...

After victory

However dubious George W. Bush’s decision to go to war, the swift military victory of the United States and Britain over Saddam Hussein’s forces in...