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Man of the World

Michael Ledeen's adventures in history

By Jeet Heer and Dave Wagner
October 10, 2004

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MICHAEL A. LEDEEN enjoys writing about intellectuals who are also adventurers, thinkers who test out their theories in the din of political battle: figures like Gabriele D'Annunzio, the "poet-warrior" who led an insurrectionary Italian militia that captured the Adriatic city of Fiume in 1919; James Jesus Angleton, the Yale-trained literary critic who became the head of counterintelligence at the Central ... (Full Article: 1594 Words)

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