Sit in, Burn Out, Move On: A Note on Political Activism in the ’60sJay Neugeboren
Jay Neugeboren recounts his time as an American antiwar activist in the 1960s and contemplates his current standing as an activist in modern-day America.
A writer reflects on how American volunteerism in Iran changed his life.
Kevin McMahon offers a personal diary of the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s 100th season.
Nathan Scott McNamara reviews Naja Marie Aidt’s “When Death Takes Something from You Give It Back,” translated from the Danish by Denise Newman.
Danielle L. McGuire introduces “The Algiers Motel Incident” by John Hersey, republished after 50 years.
Linda Kinstler listens in on “Long Conversations in Anticipation of a Joyous Death” by Yevsey Tseytlin, translated from the Russian by Alexander Rojavin.