Commentary

NeoCon Norman Podhoretz’s excellent smorgasbord, a refreshing mixture of hardnose politics with the finer, funner aspects of arts & culture.

Commentary Magazine

November 1, 2010
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Commentary is America’s premier monthly magazine of opinion and a pivotal voice in American intellectual life. Since its inception in 1945, and increasingly after it emerged as the flagship of neoconservatism in the 1970’s, the magazine has been consistently engaged with several large, interrelated questions: the fate of democracy and of democratic ideas in...
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“The Report of our Death was Greatly Exaggerated.”

November 1, 2010
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“The Report of our Death was Greatly Exaggerated.”

So whatever happened to the death of conservatism? Wasn’t it supposed to be long gone by now, crumbling within its sarcophagus, a dim memory of a discredited past? Didn’t we start hearing authoritative rumblings about its impending doom around the time of the last set of midterm elections, in 2006, when disillusioned ex-conservatives like...
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