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DAVID BROOKS

David Brooks writes a regular column for The New York Times.

Articles by DAVID BROOKS

Commentary: New life in the center Commentary: New life in the center
5 days ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Over the past few decades, party loyalty has been the defining feature of national politics. Especially in the House but even in the Senate, members deferred to their party leaders. [Read More]
Commentary:  How do we choose what we like?
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Commentary: How do we choose what we like?
1 week ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Danny Kahneman grew up Jewish in occupied France during World War II. Once in Paris, after curfew, he was nearly captured by an SS officer. His family traveled from town to town through rural France, hiding and hoping people wouldn’t recognize them as Jews. [Read More]
Commentary: Danger of dominant identity Commentary: Danger of dominant identity
2 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Over the past few days we’ve seen what happens when you assign someone a single identity. [Read More]
Commentary: The view from Trump Tower Commentary: The view from Trump Tower
3 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
If your social circles are like mine, you spent Tuesday night swapping miserable texts. [Read More]
Commentary: The banality of change Commentary: The banality of change
4 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
A few weeks ago I met a guy in Idaho who was absolutely certain that Donald Trump would win this election. [Read More]
Commentary: Conservative intellectual crisis Commentary: Conservative intellectual crisis
5 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
I feel very lucky to have entered the conservative movement when I did, back in the 1980s and 1990s. I was working at National Review, The Washington Times and The Wall Street Journal’s editorial page. [Read More]
Commentary: Repairing moral capital Commentary: Repairing moral capital
6 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Hillary Clinton, who has been in politics all her adult life, seems to have learned something from Michelle Obama, who has never run for public office. [Read More]
Commentary: The beauty of big books Commentary: The beauty of big books
7 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Not long ago, an astonishing book landed on my desk. It’s called “Confessions of a Born-Again Pagan” and it weighs in at an impressive 1,076 pages. [Read More]
Commentary: Intimacy for the avoidant Commentary: Intimacy for the avoidant
8 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Over the past generation there seems to have been a decline in the number of high-quality friendships. [Read More]
Commentary: The death of idealism Commentary: The death of idealism
9 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
This presidential election is a contest between the oldest of the baby boomers. Yet Donald Trump, 70, and Hillary Clinton, 68, represent two very different decades in the formation of that generation. [Read More]
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