Tagged: Gregory Clark

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Fresh as boiled cabbage

Having endured one of his commencement addresses, I naively assumed that my opinion of Newt Gingrich could not get much lower. Boy was I wrong! No, I’m not referring to his incoherent objections to...

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The Breeders

Inspired by Jason’s latest post, I decided to pick up a copy of A Farewell to Alms yesterday. After reading a chapter or two, I think some of his criticism misses the mark. First,...

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Breeding and Virtue

Austin Bramwell looks back wistfully at Gregory Clark’s A Farewell to Alms, which he suggests has been buried too soon. And perhaps it has. As someone who played at least a modest role in...