Watching Christopher Hitchens
IT IS a good two decades since the journalist Christopher Hit- chens first burst upon the awareness of the American media and intellec- tual class. Almost from the moment of his arrival in this country from Great Britain, he has been a howl- ing success-far more so, indeed, than another British leftist, Alexan- der Cockburn, who came more or less at the same time and with whom he was formerly much paired.
About the Author
Mark Falcoff is resident scholar emeritus at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington.