Ethnic Dilemmas 1964-1982, by Nathan Glazer
It is hard to imagine that a book of three hundred pages on affirmative action and associated subjects, pages written over eighteen years of fierce and emotional debate on the issue, could be a model of clarity, measured reasoning, and, to use a word of u
About the Author
Charles Krauthammer is a nationally syndicated columnist for the Washington Post, and an essayist for Time. He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1987, and in 2003 was a recipient of the Bradley Prize. This essay, in somewhat different form, was delivered in New York City in May as COMMENTARY‘s first Norman Podhoretz Lecture.