Yale historian Timothy Snyder, author of the critically acclaimed Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin, and a longtime friend of Judt
's, suggested that Judt
talk the book out with him, instead.
argues that since World War II, the restraints that were put in place in the wake of the Great Depression were gradually eliminated.
says, "we cannot go on living like this" The crash of 2008 "was a reminder that unregulated capitalism is its own worst enemy: sooner or later it must fall prey to its own excesses and turn again to the state for rescue.
It is hard to fathom the scope of the loss, not just of the man, but of the type of scholarship, of the way Professor Judt
taught those willing to learn about how to approach and utilise history.
The same year of my arrival, author and historian Tony Judt
wrote an article in the New York Review of Books, entitled "Romania: Bottom of the Heap," which detailed the country's political, social, and cultural shortcomings at that time.
THE SOURCE: "What Is Living and What Is Dead in Social Democracy?" by Tony Judt
, in The New York Review of Books, Dec.
Subs not used: Stephan, Gygax, Perchtold, Judt
, Frantz, Bieler, Spiranovic, Kaya RANGERS - Alexander (McGregor 45), Whittaker, Weir, Bougherra, Papac, Mendes, Adam (Thomson 60), Davis (Fleck 81), Lafferty (Velicka 76), Miller (Novo 60), Boyd (Naismith 45).
These Jews who take their stand against Jews are joined by Tony Judt
, the Britishborn academic at NYU who has called for the abolition of the state of Israel, or, as he puts it, the transformation of "Israel from a Jewish state to a binational one." By Canadian documentary filmmaker Avi Lewis, great-grandson of a famous Polish Bundist, who now hosts Fault Lines, a particularly agitated program on Al Jazeera's English-language channel.
As Tony Judt
pithily puts it, "[T]oday, America's liberal armchair warriors are the 'useful idiots'" of the Bush administration's illiberal foreign policy ("Bush's Useful Idiots," London Review of Books 28, no.
The work adds in manifold ways to interpretations offered by historians such as Robert Moeller, on postwar German memories of wartime suffering, or Tony Judt
on the war's powerful legacy in shaping postwar Europe.
Fewer responses have been more indignant than that of Professor Tony Judt
of New York University.