New York Times on The Story of Ain’t

Times-TJanet Maslin writes: “When it comes to the central conflict between [Dwight] Macdonald and Philip Gove, the editor most responsible for setting the Third’s agenda, [Skinner] frames their differences with perfect clarity. ‘Gove had unveiled the great shining accomplishment of his life,’ Mr. Skinner says. ‘Dwight MacDonald wrote the best essay of his life, mocking it.'” Read more.

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