History reprints itself in Lapham's Quarterly
After 30 years editing the high-brow Harper’s Magazine
, Lewis Lapham has started his own, even higher-brow rag, appropriately titled Lapham’s Quarterly
. Each issue focuses on a single topic, and then employs some heavy-hitting—and mostly dead—writers. Think Tolstoy, Lenin, or Thucydides. Lapham says he’s trying to...