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Philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy on the American Presidential Election

At Salon.com today, French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy offers his take on the American elections. He sees Obama as a vanguard unifier and McCain as a rearguard divider, and predicts increased domestic and global Balkanization if Obama loses: If McCain is elected, I can … Continue reading

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If Barack is a Meteor, Who are the Dinosaurs?: French Philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy’s Take on Obama

The French philosopher and biographer of Sartre, Bernard-Henri Levy, has spent a good deal of time thinking and writing about the United States. His most recent book is titled American Vertigo: Travelling America in the Footsteps of Tocqueville.   In the … Continue reading

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