A Historical Tribute to Trump’s ‘Salute’
Donald Trump decreed that this year’s Independence Day celebrations, titled “Salute to America,” would involve a military parade featuring Army tanks and Air Force flyovers, as well as a presidential address before a ticketed VIP audience at the Lincoln Memorial. To mark the occasion, the editors prepared a visual history of military parades.
July 3, 2019
In the Review Archives: 2005–2009
John Leonard on Joan Didion, John Updike on van Gogh’s letters, Zadie Smith on speaking in tongues, and a broad range of perspectives on the 2008 election. We also remember founding editor Barbara Epstein. “She possessed one of the greatest minds I’ve ever encountered,” Luc Sante writes, “and she gave all of it to other people’s work.”
December 10, 2018
In the Review Archives: 1995–1999
Garry Wills on the Second Amendment, Hilary Mantel on Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace, Martin Filler on the new Getty Center in Los Angeles, Alma Guillermoprieto on the state of Cuba after four decades of Fidel Castro, and Joyce Carol Oates on four books about the murder of JonBenét Ramsey.
October 4, 2018