Monday, January 24, 2005

A taste of the variety and breadth of neocon writing - NEOCONSERVATISM REVIEWED BY CLIVE DAVIS

Mr. Stelzer and his fellow-plotters have attracted no end of detractors in the United States, but you have to travel to Europe to see the venom flow. "Observe the German debate on neoconservatism," writes Jeffrey Gedmin, of Berlin's Aspen Institute, "and you might get the feeling that Lyndon LaRouche's conspiracy theories have credence and that Aljazeera rantings sound reasonable."

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