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Arnold Beichman, currently a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University and a regular columnist for the Washington Times, has taught at the Universities of Massachusetts, British Columbia, and Calgary. He has also written for Newsweek, the Christian Science Monitor, Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, and is the author of The "Other" State Department, Nine Lies about America, and CNN's Cold War Documentary: Issues and Controversy and co-author of Y.V. Andropov: A Political Biography.

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-A straightforward, admirably concise reevaluation of an American novelist whose popularity has long obscured his significance.- --Terry Teachout, drama critic, The Wall Street Journal -How fine to have Arnold Beichman's guide to the funniest and most readable and most moving of contemporary authors!- --William F. Buckley, Jr., National Review -One national treasure offers a peerless study of another national treasure in Arnold Beichman's Herman Wouk: The Novelist As Social Historian. Beichman brings titanic understanding of the 20th century, world literature, philosophy and religion to his appropriately judicious and appropriately admiring appraisal of Wouk's life work.- --John Podhoretz -Beichman knows Wouk - and thanks to Beichman, so now do we all. A fascinating and eye-opening study.- --David Frum, American Enterprise Institute -Arnold Beichman has written a sympathetic and illuminating account of Wouk's writing that helps us understand why it was so popular and why its importance is at least as great as its popularity. It makes you want to read the books all over again.- --Professor Donald Kagan, Yale University "A straightforward, admirably concise reevaluation of an American novelist whose popularity has long obscured his significance." --Terry Teachout, drama critic, The Wall Street Journal "How fine to have Arnold Beichman's guide to the funniest and most readable and most moving of contemporary authors!" --William F. Buckley, Jr., National Review "One national treasure offers a peerless study of another national treasure in Arnold Beichman's Herman Wouk: The Novelist As Social Historian. Beichman brings titanic understanding of the 20th century, world literature, philosophy and religion to his appropriately judicious and appropriately admiring appraisal of Wouk's life work." --John Podhoretz "Beichman knows Wouk - and thanks to Beichman, so now do we all. A fascinating and eye-opening study." --David Frum, American Enterprise Institute "Arnold Beichman has written a sympathetic and illuminating account of Wouk's writing that helps us understand why it was so popular and why its importance is at least as great as its popularity. It makes you want to read the books all over again." --Professor Donald Kagan, Yale University "A straightforward, admirably concise reevaluation of an American novelist whose popularity has long obscured his significance." --Terry Teachout, drama critic, The Wall Street Journal "How fine to have Arnold Beichman's guide to the funniest and most readable and most moving of contemporary authors!" --William F. Buckley, Jr., National Review "One national treasure offers a peerless study of another national treasure in Arnold Beichman's Herman Wouk: The Novelist As Social Historian. Beichman brings titanic understanding of the 20th century, world literature, philosophy and religion to his appropriately judicious and appropriately admiring appraisal of Wouk's life work." --John Podhoretz "Beichman knows Wouk - and thanks to Beichman, so now do we all. A fascinating and eye-opening study." --David Frum, American Enterprise Institute "Arnold Beichman has written a sympathetic and illuminating account of Wouk's writing that helps us understand why it was so popular and why its importance is at least as great as its popularity. It makes you want to read the books all over again." --Professor Donald Kagan, Yale University

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