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DAVID BROOKS

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

Articles by DAVID BROOKS

Commentary: The Republican Fausts Commentary: The Republican Fausts
8 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Many Republican members of Congress have made a Faustian bargain with Donald Trump. [Read More]
Commentary: The politics of cowardice Commentary: The politics of cowardice
8 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
This is a column directed at high school and college students. I’m going to try to convey to you how astoundingly different the Republican Party felt when I was your age. [Read More]
Commentary: The internal invasion Commentary: The internal invasion
9 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Friday was a remarkable day in the history of our country. We had never over our centuries inaugurated a man like Donald Trump as president of the United States. [Read More]
Commentary: Do markets work in health care? Commentary: Do markets work in health care?
10 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Believe it or not, we’re not really going to have to spend the next four years wading through wonky drudgery of Russian spy dossiers and hotel sex cameras. At some point we’re going to have a thrilling debate over the most scintillating question in health care policy. [Read More]
Commentary: Bannon vs. Trump Commentary: Bannon vs. Trump
11 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
It’s becoming clear that for the next few years U.S. foreign policy will be shaped by the struggle among Republican regulars, populist ethno-nationalists and the forces of perpetual chaos unleashed by President-elect Donald Trump’s attention span. [Read More]
Commentary: The home buying decision Commentary: The home buying decision
11 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
I’ve been thinking about the big decisions in life: How do people choose careers, colleges, spouses and towns. Of those decisions, buying a home ranks with the most difficult. [Read More]
Commentary: Sidney Awards, Part Two Commentary: Sidney Awards, Part Two
12 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Every December I read hundreds of long-form essays to select the Sidney Awards, and every year I regret that I spend so much of the other 11 months reading online trivia. Then, every January, I revert to Twitter. [Read More]
Commentary: 2016 Sidney Awards, Part I Commentary: 2016 Sidney Awards, Part I
12 weeks ago - - DAVID BROOKS
Perry Link once noticed that Chinese writers use more verbs in their sentences whereas English writers use more nouns. [Read More]
Commentary: New life in the center Commentary: New life in the center
17 weeks 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?
17 weeks 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]
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