About the Program
Mr. Kristol, who wrote the foreword to "The Neoconservative Persuasion," discusses his late father's essays on the history of the neoconservative movement. While the essays cover politics extensively, Irving Kristol also presents a neoconservative perspective on religion and U.S. culture. Bill Krisol discusses his father's writings with New York Times columnist David Brooks.
Irvnig Kristol was managing editor of Commentary magazine. He was also founder and publisher of The National Interest. Irving Kristol died September 18, 2009, at 89 years old. His son, William Kristol, formerly an aid to Vice President Quayle, publishes The Weekly Standard.
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