Michael Isikoff


Starr’s War

That image of Starr—as an airy, good-natured prosecutorial blunderbuss—is powerfully reinforced by Benjamin Wittes’s new book, Starr: A Reassessment. An editorial writer with The Washington Post who specializes in legal affairs, Wittes spent many hours interviewing Starr after he stepped down in 1999 from his five-year tenure as Whitewater independent counsel. Those interviews, combined with… Read more »