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DAVID BROOKS

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

Articles by DAVID BROOKS

Commentary: If not Trump, what? Commentary: If not Trump, what?
3 hours ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Donald Trump now looks set to be the Republican presidential nominee. So for those of us appalled by this prospect β€” what are we supposed to do? [Read More]
Commentary: Jose Marti, a national poet Commentary: Jose Marti, a national poet
1 week ago - - DAVID BROOKS
HAVANA β€” Many nations have attempted the transition from revolutionary socialism toward some form of democratic capitalism; Cuba just happens to be the final one. [Read More]
Commentary: What is inspiration? Commentary: What is inspiration?
2 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
For decades, Anders Ericsson has reminded us of the value of hard work. The Florida State psychologist did the research that led to the so-called 10,000-hour rule. [Read More]
Commentary: The Lincoln Caucus Commentary: The Lincoln Caucus
3 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
The Republican presidential campaign just changed. Until now this has been a candidate-centric process. All the different candidates were competing to get a majority of delegates to the GOP convention. But now it’s likely no candidate will get that majority on the first ballot. [Read More]
Commentary: The sexual politics of 2016 Commentary: The sexual politics of 2016
4 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
In the middle of the Civil War a colonel named Robert McAllister from the 11th Regiment of New Jersey tried to improve the moral fiber of his men. A Presbyterian railroad contractor in private life, he lobbied and preached against profanity, drinking, prostitution and gambling. [Read More]
Commentary: The post-Trump era Commentary: The post-Trump era
5 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
This is a wonderful moment to be a conservative. [Read More]
Commentary: No, not Trump, not ever Commentary: No, not Trump, not ever
6 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
The voters have spoken. In convincing fashion, Republican voters seem to be selecting Donald Trump as their nominee. And in a democracy, victory has legitimacy to it. [Read More]
Commentary: Dogs, cats and leadership Commentary: Dogs, cats and leadership
7 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
When he was in the middle of his Syrian peace deal negotiations, Secretary of State John Kerry would go to President Barack Obama with a request: Could the U.S. quietly send a few cruise missiles to hit Assad regime targets, just to send a message and maybe move the Syrian president toward a deal. [Read More]
Commentary: Donald Trump, the great betrayer Commentary: Donald Trump, the great betrayer
8 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Now, at long last, the big guns are being brought to bear. Now, at long last, some major Republicans like Mitt Romney are speaking up to lay waste to Donald Trump. [Read More]
Commentary: Governing cancer of our time Commentary: Governing cancer of our time
9 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
We live in a big, diverse society. There are essentially two ways to maintain order and get things done in such a society β€” politics or some form of dictatorship. Either through compromise or brute force. Our Founding Fathers chose politics. [Read More]
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