There has been a trend lately in book publishing that looks back at its radical political past. I’m talking about pamphleteering and I’m a fan. These are books small in length and modest in format that are written and edited with laser-precision on some vital topic of the day.
How to Win a Cosmic War
God, Globalization, and the End of the War on Terror
Random House: 232 pp., $26
In the essay "Movements and Campaigns," a tribute to the literary critic Irving Howe, the late philosopher Richard Rorty wrote that...