Books by Frank Rich

Frank Rich joined The New York Times in 1980 as the chief drama critic. He has been an Op-Ed columnist there since 1994. From 2003 to 2005, he was the front-page columnist for the Sunday Arts & Leisure section. He has worked as a film and television criti

Released: Sept. 26, 2006

"Though the administration may be remembered as the worst in American history, the people seem mostly silent. One wishes that Rich had explored that particular mentalité along with the others he so fluently discusses."
New York Times columnist Rich delivers a savaging sermon on the US government's "rampant cronyism, the empty sloganeering of ‘compassionate conservativism,' the reckless lack of planning for all government operations except tax cuts"—and so much more. Read full book review >