Washington Post Book Review:
New World Coming: The 1920’s and the Making of Modern America. As I recall, the entire graduating Princeton U. Class of 1912 became millionaires in the 20’s. Doubt you’ll ever see that, even today.
Whose life is it anyway? Copyrights and the biography.
London Review of Books:
Nietzsche’s sister. “Elisabeth claimed that the sewing machine was responsible for feminism: it made women’s real job of domestic sewing take too little time and so left their minds too free for foolish ideas. Women who spoke of freedom were inclined to smoke cigars and behave in a masculine fashion.” I seem to have heard that last sentence more often, of late, but in reference to other orientations.
New York Press:
Book Review of “The Middle Mind: Why Americans Don’t Think For Themselves.” Sounds like a mixed bag, that I would enjoy.