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Michael M. Rosen
Michael M. Rosen is an attorney and writer in San Diego
Articles by Michael M. Rosen
Civil servants are best understood in the context of their work and the competing interests that influence it.
Is Trump Machiavellian?
Producerism is enjoying a marked comeback.
Ben Sasse on how to solve our rifts.
Israel uses controversial, extrajudicial tactics to target its enemies.
Why do otherwise proud and self-respecting people submit to a tyrant?
How the Astros have come this far.
The curious case of the British geneticist who became a Soviet spy.
The best laid plans.
The politics of science.
America's iconic toy has her day in court.
Can Jews be fascists?
Adams and Jefferson's long, difficult relationship.
The definitive history of the battle for Hue.
The Jews' lasting contribution to Western civilization.
We've become hostile to experts and their opinions.
The odd couple who taught the world about how people make mistakes.
Adventures in archaeology.
"Fusionism" for the 21st century
Michael M. Rosen reviews "Like Dreamers: The Story of the Israeli Paratroopers Who Reunited Jerusalem and Divided a Nation," by Yossi Klein Halevi.
Michael M. Rosen reviews "A New Shoah," by Giulio Meotti.