A childish exercise in self-congratulation: ‘F*** off, Hitler!’
Books, Arts & Manners
Living in a world where non-crimes have the same effect as true crimes is especially deranging.
Matt Stoller’s Goliath: The 100-Year War Between Monopoly Power and Populism charts the shifts in American attitudes toward corporate consolidation.
The depiction of a man’s descent into insanity is alone worth the price of admission.
The Buffalo museum plans to welcome visitors in a glass-walled ‘living room for the city.’
In Motherless Brooklyn, Baldwin makes an unintentional case for Trumpism by playing his Trump-like character as an effective leader with a sinister appeal.
Bong Joon-ho laughs at family and social ruin.
A review of Joker.
On the late Martin Bernheimer.
A review of Goliath: The 100-Year War between Monopoly Power and Democracy, by Matt Stoller.