Over the past week TAC highlighted “persons of interest,” some of the most thought-provoking profiles and character sketches from our archives. The articles we featured in our slideshow on the main page came from “front of the book,” articles, but I’d like to draw attention here to terrific reviews that we included elsewhere in the package — such as Kevin Lynch’s review of The Solzhenitsyn Reader, Bill Kauffman on Gore Vidal’s memoir Point to Point Navigation, Wesley McDonald on Russell Kirk, and Tom Woods on Woodrow Wilson. These classic reviews have never before been available on-line, so don’t miss them. (Of course, the best way to make sure you never miss incisive material like this is to subscribe.)