The commander in chief delved into three volumes in August alone-two on Abraham Lincoln and, more surprising for a man of unambiguous convictions, The Stranger, Albert Camus’s existential tale of murder and alienation …portraying Bush as a voracious reader is part of an ongoing White House campaign to restore what a senior adviser calls ”gravitas“ to the Bush persona. — U.S. News World Report (Aug. 06)
We offer the following list of some of the pieces here we think resonate well over time. The best items answer questions that adapt to new circumstances, yielding fresh perspectives.
You're invited to see for yourself and share your conclusions with the Stiftung Community.
Thank you for being a part of our merry band.