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Backward and Upward: The New Conservative…

Backward and Upward: The New Conservative Writing

by David Brooks, David Brooks (Introduction), David Brooks (Editor)

Other authors: Fred Barnes (Contributor), William J. Bennett (Contributor), Tom Bethell (Contributor), Richard Brookhiser (Contributor), Christopher Buckley (Contributor)15 more, Christopher Clausen (Contributor), Danielle Crittenden (Contributor), Andrew Ferguson (Contributor), David Frum (Contributor), Mark Helprin (Contributor), Donald Kagan (Contributor), Florence King (Contributor), William Kristol (Contributor), Charles Murray (Contributor), Peggy Noonan (Contributor), P. J. O'Rourke (Contributor), Clifford Orwin (Contributor), Joe Queenan (Contributor), David Shiflett (Contributor), Jeffrey Snyder (Contributor)

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The new conservatives who are increasingly defining America's politics and values may or may not have the moral edge on their opponents. But this combative collection of writing from the new American revolution suggests that they are better writers. And the often funny essays collected here indicate that conservatism is as much about personality as it is about ideology.

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