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

Articles by DAVID BROOKS

Commentary: Political financing less important now Commentary: Political financing less important now
10 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
I happened to be in the U.S. Capitol when the Citizens United decision came down four years ago. [Read More]
Commentary: The problem with pragmatism Commentary: The problem with pragmatism
11 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
During the 20th century, political thinkers were defined less by their attachment to political parties and more by their attachment to magazines. [Read More]
Commentary: The good order Commentary: The good order
12 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
When she was writing, Maya Angelou would get up every morning at 5:30 and have coffee at 6. [Read More]
Commentary: Startling adult friendships Commentary: Startling adult friendships
13 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Somebody recently asked me what I would do if I had $500 million to give away. My first thought was that I’d become a moderate version of the Koch brothers. [Read More]
Commentary: The reluctant leader Commentary: The reluctant leader
14 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Moses, famously, tried to get out of it. When God called on him to lead the Israelites, Moses threw up a flurry of reasons he was the wrong man for the job: I’m a nobody; I don’t speak well; I’m not brave. [Read More]
Commentary: The body and the spirit Commentary: The body and the spirit
15 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Like everyone, I was revolted by the beheadings of the American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff. It wasn’t just that they had been killed — though that is horrendous enough — it was the monstrous way the deed was done. [Read More]
Commentary: The mental virtues Commentary: The mental virtues
16 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
We all know what makes for good character in soldiers. We’ve seen the movies about heroes who display courage, loyalty and coolness under fire. But what about somebody who sits in front of a keyboard all day? [Read More]
Commentary: The Bacall standard Commentary: The Bacall standard
18 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
“I believe the really good people would be reasonably successful in any circumstance,” the detective writer Raymond Chandler wrote in his notebook in 1949. If Shakespeare came back today, “he would have refused to die in a corner.” [Read More]
Commentary: Introspective or narcissistic? Commentary: Introspective or narcissistic?
19 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Some people like to keep a journal. Some people think it’s a bad idea. [Read More]
Commentary: The character factory Commentary: The character factory
20 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Nearly every parent on earth operates on the assumption that character matters a lot to the life outcomes of their children. Nearly every government anti-poverty program operates on the assumption that it doesn’t. [Read More]
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