Q There’s a cultural fascination with the nanny right now—Nanny 911, The Nanny Diaries, and books like your new The Perfect Stranger: The Truth about Mothers and Nannies, which plumb the complicated, often fraught relationship between a woman and her nanny.
ONE CANNOT HELP but be amused and saddened by Conrad Black’s take on the life of Richard Nixon (“Death before dishonour,” World, May 2l). Black loves the fact that Nixon never admitted guilt for his numerous obstructions of justice. However, Black offers no fact or argument to suggest that Nixon was not guilty as presumed.
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