Bernard-Henri Lévy

Philosopher and Writer

Bernard-Henri Lévy is one of France's leading writers, a philosopher, journalist, and activist. His thirty books include, most recently, Who Killed Daniel Pearl? which was an international bestseller. He is the co-founder of Action Internationale Contre la Faim, [Action Against Hunger] and the anti-racist group SOS Racism.

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American Vertigo by Bernard-Henri Levy

JAN 27, 2006 Podcast

American Vertigo: Traveling America in the Footsteps of Tocqueville

In his entertaining and sometimes provocative book, celebrated French intellectual Bernard-Henri Lévy takes a fascinating new look at the country that Americans think they ...