Arts & Letters
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Snakish is a novel about decline and fall, the passing of a way of life.
He had a New Urbanist and cultural-conservative bent.
The forgotten author reminds us that frustration with the establishment is a long American tradition.
Factual errors mar an otherwise thoughtful book about U.S. occupation forces in post-World War II Germany.
As his friend Ronald Reagan might have put it, “Not bad, Bill, not bad at all.”
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