Meir Soloveichik

Irving Kristol, Edmund Burke, and the Rabbis

Irving Kristol started off as a neo-Trotskyite and famously became the “godfather of neoconservatism.” But his idiosyncratic “neo-Orthodoxy” lasted a lifetime.


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