Books by Norman Podhoretz

Released: Sept. 11, 2007

"Dashed-off hackwork meant, like the neocon con as a whole, to profit from bad times."
Why do they hate us? Because they're not human, and because Carter and Clinton namby-pambyed instead of nuking the Islamists back into the Stone Age. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 7, 2002

"Forceful, challenging, and at times sublimely ridiculous."
Influential critic (editor of Commentary for 30 years), neoconservative figurehead, and one-time Hebrew scholar revisits the "poetry" of the biblical prophets. Read full book review >
Released: July 1, 2000

"Equally opposed to conservative despair and liberal nihilism, Podhoretz prescribes an optimistic, grateful patriotism as the best antidote for moral decay."
The education and polemics of the eminent editor, literary critic, and neoconservative. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 1, 1999

"This reminiscence at its best is suffused with wistfulness for the vanishing of intellectual community but suffers from an inability to reconsider as it remembers."
Even the title of this collection of short pieces about famous writers he has known demonstrates that former Commentary editor and undying neocon guru Podhoretz (The Bloody Crossroads, 1986, etc.) continues to display the temperament that Shirley MacLaine attributed to Debra Winger: turbulent brilliance. Read full book review >