Robert Kennedy’s last campaign, anti-establishment protests, and the fading of the party boss—1968 was a year to remember
A witty yet sobering look at how fake piety confers power by peddling bias. Vice Capades implores listeners to always question the motives of vice regulators present and past.
As a chronic DIY renovator—a year-long cosmetic rehab of a 1910 four-square in Takoma Park, Maryland, a decade-plus rebuild to the studs of a 1926 bungalow in Washington, DC—I really wanted to like Drew Philps’s new book as much as I did Ed Zotti’s 2008 The Barn House: Confessions of an Urban Rehabber.
How James Madison, George Washington, and a Group of Extraordinary Men Invented the Government