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…But Not at Writers’ Expense

For some time now—too much time, I suspect my editor believes—have been working on a history of the Works Progress Administration. This has taken me to states from Maine… More

Riches We Must Share…

Some authors and publishers have cried foul regarding Google's digital library initiative, sparking debate about intellectual property rights in an online age. Beyond the specific legal challenges emerging in… More

Binding the Hands of Torturers

When the Senate voted this week to bring America's chain of military prison camps under the rule of law, President Bush threatened a veto. The White House explained his… More

In Challenge To Google, Yahoo Will Scan Books

An unusual alliance of corporations, nonprofit groups and universities plans to announce today an ambitious plan to digitize hundreds of thousands of books over the next several years and… More

Abu Ghraib Unresolved

Ever since the world learned of the illegal detentions and brutal behavior at American military prisons, the Bush administration has bet it could outlast public outrage with phony investigations… More

Rushdie, una voz libre de condenas

Sin la sombra del decreto religioso que lo condenó a muerte —anulado por el gobierno iraní en 1998—, Salman Rushdie recibió a Ñ en Nueva York, donde vive y… More

A Crowd That’s Seldom at a Loss for Words

It was one of the largest international gatherings of writers in New York since the PEN international congress of 1986. All this week, some 125 writers from 43 countries… More

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