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  • Did anybody else get the impression that Helprin is espousing this policy because he is certain his works will become beloved classics, and if copyright is extended forever his ancestors will be wealthy aristocrats?

    Matthew Yglesias » Copyright Forever

  • Did anybody else get the impression that Helprin is espousing this policy because he is certain his works will become beloved classics, and if copyright is extended forever his ancestors will be wealthy aristocrats? aeroman Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Copyright Forever

  • Helprin is wrong about any number of things in his most recent Opinion Journal column, (hey, it is the WSJ), but he's absolutely right about that.

    Archive 2004-05-01

  • Mr. Helprin, a senior fellow at the Claremont Institute, is the author of, among other works, "Winter's Tale" (Harcourt), "A Soldier of the Great War" (Harcourt) and, most recently, "Digital Barbarism" (HarperCollins).

    The Decline of U.S. Naval Power

  • Mr. Helprin, a senior fellow at the Claremont Institute, is the author of, among other works, "Winter's Tale" (Harcourt, 1983) and "A Soldier of the Great War" (Harcourt, 1992).

    9/11: Did the U.S. Overreact?

  • Ten years after the terrorist attacks, we ask seven experts—Paul Wolfowitz, Mark Helprin, Robert McFarlane, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Leon Wieseltier and Joe Lieberman—to assess the American response.

    9/11: Did the U.S. Overreact?

  • I remember meeting Mark Helprin a few times when he was at Iowa.

    Simple Test to Find Your Dominant Eye

  • Regarding Mark Helprin's " The Decline of U.S. Naval Power " op-ed, March 2: Americans, not least our elected representatives, have an acute case of "sea blindness."

    Down to the Sea, But In What Warships?

  • But Bukiet harks back to Salinger, Helprin and Auster.

    Bukiet on Brooklyn Books

  • Mr. Helprin, a senior fellow at the Claremont Institute, is the author of, among other works, the novels "Winter's Tale" (Harcourt) and "A Soldier of the Great War" (Harcourt).

    The Mortal Threat From Iran

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