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All The King’s Men

PUBLISHED: September 22, 2006

The release of the remade movie of “All The King’s Men” this weekend makes it useful to note the pair of lengthy essays that we’ve published recently about Robert Penn Warren and his seminal novel. (“Recently” being a relative term for an eighty-year-old magazine.) Harold B. McSween looked back at Warren on the occasion of his centenary in our Summer 1993 issue, while Sanford Pinsker considered the changing face of populism, the 2004 presidential election, and Willie Stark.

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