Monday, April 03, 2006

Fukuyama's "Defection" by ROGER MORRIS

It is a "legacy" for which Fukuyama is now at pains, understandably, to deny paternity, though the DNA is rather unmistakable. It is scarcely the neoconservatives' fault alone. The New York Times' resident reviewer, Michiko Kakutani, in her own qualifying ignorance necessarily clinging to the obligatory shallows, thought America at the Crossroads "astute and shrewdly reasoned tough-minded and edifying." Yes, well.

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