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Ernest Hemingway

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GEORGE T. EGGLESTON, author of Roosevelt, Churchill, and the World War II Opposition (Devin-Adair, 1979, $12.75), is an oldline WASP of impeccable pedigree who edited an anti-interventionist magazine, Scribner’s Commentator, prior to U.S. entry into World War II. Though he eschewed “anti-Semitism,”…
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Classic Essays

by Cholly Bilderberger THE MENTION of Ernest Hemingway (pictured) in the December Instauration triggered a flood of memories, ranging from amusing to grotesque. He cultivated the rich and powerful assiduously, and our paths crossed often. I ran into him in East Africa, hunting with Winston Guest;…
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