New York Review of Books is Out
The new edition of the NY Rev is chock full of goodness. For the Chris Mooney and Tim Lamberts of the world, there is the Bill McKibben's Crossing the Red Line, a broad overview both of recent scholarship on environmental science and of Bush administration hostility to it.
It has an in depth analysis of the Taguba report and the Red Cross Report, in Mark Danner's Torture and Truth.
It has an analysis of the Bush campaign, which focuses on the difficulties created by his mangled foreign policies, in Elizabeth Drew's Bush: The Dream Campaign.
It also has a mixed, but informative review of Woodward's Plan of Attack, in Brian Urquhart's A Cautionary Tale.