Neoconservative moments

Peter Berkowitz reviews what looks like a fascinating book — Neoconservatism, Why We Need It by British author Douglas Murray. According to Peter, Murray

takes on neoconservatism’s harshest critics and does not yield an inch. Indeed, contrary to the many critics who have announced that the neoconservative moment has passed, Murray contends that neoconservatism is just getting started. And the future beckons brightly.

I hope his book tour includes a visit with Chris Matthews.
SCOTT adds: For a contrasting look at Murray’s book, see John Zvesper’s “Two cheers for neoconservatism.”


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