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Philip Terzian

Philip Terzian

Philip Terzian, a senior editor of the Weekly Standard, is the author of Architects of Power: Roosevelt, Eisenhower, and the American Century.

The Center Holds: Obama and His EnemiesBy Jonathan AlterSimon & Schuster, 448 pages Advertised as “a narrative thriller about the battle royale surrounding Barack Obama’s quest...

Undoubtedly, Lyndon Johnson was an important president. He came to office under melodramatic circumstances, one of only four men to succeed a murdered predecessor. His...

Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention By Manning Marable Viking, 608 pages It was the great good fortune of the modern civil rights movement that its leadership was equal...

Colonel Roosevelt By Edmund Morris Random House, 784 pages When Theodore Roosevelt ended his second term as president, in March 1909, he was 50 years old: no longer...

The Revolutionist Samuel Adams: A Life by Ira Stoll Free Press. 339 pp. $28.00   Thomas Jefferson called Samuel Adams “truly the Man of the Revolution.” In the...