New English Review

September 2011

 

 
Sunlight and Shadow: The Newbury Marshes 
by Martin Johnson Heade 

 

 

 

The Place of Religion in 9/11 Commemorations

by Richard L. Rubenstein

 

 Remembering 9-11 in Tennessee by Rebecca Bynum

The Meaning of Pyongyang by Theodore Dalrymple

 

Awaiting the Fall: A Few Thoughts on Mark Steyn’s After America

  
by Mark Anthony Signorelli  

 

Notes From a Memoir by Sam Bluefarb

 

Broken Britain? by David Wemyss

 

Verbal Gladiators by Geoffrey Clarfield

 

Fear, Inc: The Obama Re-election Strategy for Muslim Votes

by Jerry Gordon

 

Aping Mankind a review by Mark Anthony Signorelli

 

After 9/11, Denial is Not a Strategy: An Interview with David Beamer

by Jerry Gordon

 

The Proud “Black Republicans” and the Democrat Chairwoman’s Ignorance

by Norman Berdichevsky

 

New Hungarian Constitution Shirks Responsibility for the Holocaust

by Thomas Ország-Land

The Aftermath of Islamic Terror on 9/11 by Jerry Gordon

 

Rioting for Fun and Profit by John T. Bennett

 

Welcome to Tower Hamlets by Esmerelda Weatherwax

 

Extra Pointz by David P. Gontar

 

New English Review Press is a priceless cultural institution.
                              — Bruce Bawer

Pre-order for the literature lover in your life on Amazon US, Amazon UK or wherever books are sold. 

An excellent Christmas gift for children of all ages. Order at AmazonAmazon UK or wherever books are sold.

Order at Amazon US, Amazon UK or wherever books are sold.

Order at Amazon US or Amazon UK or wherever books are sold.

Fetch yours from AmazonAmazon UK or wherever books are sold.

Order from Amazon, Amazon UK or wherever books are sold.

RSS
Follow by Email
Twitter
Reddit
GAB
SOCIALICON