Reply To: Books/articles on neoconservatism


I looked at my own paper and (in addition to the Nash book, that someone already recommended), here are some other books & articles I found useful:

Kristol, I., “American Conservatism, 1945-1995,” The Public Interest (Fall 1995), pp.86-87

Sleeper, J., “The Fall of the Liberal Establishment,”

Podhoretz, N., “Neoconservatism: A Eulogy,” Commentary (Mar. 1996),–a-eulogy-8533

Fonte, J., “Why There is a Culture War: Gramsci and Tocqueville in America”

Collier, P. and Horowitz, D., Destructive Generation: Second Thoughts About the ‘60s (1996)

Wattenberg, B., The First Universal Nation (1992)

Schlessinger, A., The Disuniting of America (1992, 1998)

Review by MacDonald, H., Commentary (June 1992),–by-arthur-m–schlesinger–jr–7982

Kristol, I., “The Neoconservative Persuasion,” The Weekly Standard (Aug. 2003),

Krauthammer, C., Democratic Realism: An American Foreign Policy for a Unipolar World (2004)

Wattenberg, B. interviewed by Steigerwald, B., “Ben Wattenberg’s Fighting Words,” FrontPageMag (01 Dec 2008),

Kesler, C., “All Against All,” National Review (18 Aug 1989),

The Guardians: Kingman Brewster, His Circle, and the Rise of the Liberal Establishment (Kabaservice, G.)