Books by Nicolaus Mills

Released: May 1, 2004

"Solid if dutifully written. (2 8-page photo inserts, not seen)"
A richly detailed account of the ideas, politics, architecture, engineering, and construction of the controversial war memorial now rising on the Washington Mall. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 2002

"An illuminating collection for students of war-reporting, advocacy journalism, and international affairs."
A survey of simmering hatreds and ethnic slaughter in places like Kosovo and Rwanda, and of the failure of the so-called civilized world to contain them. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 28, 1997

"A provocative counterattack."
By introducing left-wing backlash into the right-wing's culture wars, Mills further sharpens this acrimonious debate. Read full book review >
Released: Dec. 1, 1994

"The range and passion of the pieces presented here shows off another one of Dissent's strengths: Not only has it adopted a dissident stance toward mainstream American politics and culture, but it has also fostered and nurtured dissent in its own pages."
Amid the ruins of the fratricidal wars that drove much of the American left into irrelevance by the end of WW II, Dissent, a highly intelligent journal of opinion, first appeared in 1954. Read full book review >