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Kristol wrote over the years on a remarkably broad range of topics--from W. H. Auden to Ronald Reagan, from the neoconservative movement's roots in the 1940s at City College to American foreign policy, from religion to capitalism. Kristol's writings provide us with a unique guide to the development of neoconservatism as one of the leading strains of thought--one of the leading "persuasions"--in recent American political and intellectual history.
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The new book ought to be regarded, instead, as a Volume 2. It is faithful to his ideas and their evolution. And it offers an opportunity to evaluate his abilities as an essayist...Read Full Review of The Neoconservative Persuasio... | See more reviews from NY Times
As for "The Neoconservative Persuasion," it certainly merits celebration. The publisher's decision not to provide an index is the only defect in this wonderful book.Read Full Review of The Neoconservative Persuasio... | See more reviews from WSJ online
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