A new issue of Logos is out, including Khristina Haddad (Moravian): Hearing Hannah: Listening to German-Language Recordings of Hannah Arendt from the 1950s and 60s; Geoffrey Kurtz (BMCC): Obama and the Organizing Tradition; Hooshang Amirahmadi (Rutgers): Nuclear Geopolitics in US-Iran Relations: The Case for a Big Push toward Confidence Building; a review of Iran: A People Interrupted by Hamid Dabashi, a review of Rashid Khalidi's The Iron Cage: The Story of the Palestinian Struggle for Statehood; a review essay on modern India; Ian Williams on Orwell and the British Left; P. Adams Sitney on Emersonian Poetics; and Andrey Gritsman on Poetic Sensibility across Cultures and Languages. Mark Rhoads mourns the passing of the once great Spirit of National Review. Charles Peters on how Obama can make Washington work. A review of Big Boy Rules: America's Mercenaries Fighting in Iraq by Steve Fainaru. John David Lewis (Duke): Reason or Faith: The Republican Alternative. A review of The Oxford Handbook of Continental Philosophy, ed. by Brian Leiter and Michael Rosen. Supply-side education: What explains the growing gap in wages? An exit interview with Bob Barr, the 2008 Libertarian candidate for president. A review of History's Greatest Heist: The Looting of Russia by the Bolsheviks by Sean McMeekin.