Michael van der Galien

The First David Horowitz Book To Read

Posted on January 26 2010 11:30 am
Michael van der Galien was born in the Dutch city of Leeuwarden in 1984. For as long as he can remember, he has been obsessed with the United States. When he was 17 years old, he started blogging - of course about America. His articles have been published at Big Hollywood, Pajamas Media, Hot Air (the GreenRoom) and Right Across The Atlantic. He's also an editor for the Dutch conservative blog, De Dagelijkse Standaard.
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by David Swindle

Since emerging in the mid 1980s as one of America’s most distinct conservative voices David Horowitz has written almost 20 books as either the sole or co-author.

These texts have explored a wide variety of subjects in numerous styles. Destructive Generation, co-written with Horowitz’s longtime friend and collaborator Peter Collier, collects journalistic pieces and personal essays which deliver an overwhelming indictment of the New Left. Hating Whitey: And Other Progressive Causes is a selection of hard-hitting polemical pieces written throughout the 1990s. The End of Time and A Cracking of the Heart are gentle, spiritually-oriented memoirs. Uncivil Wars told the story of Horowitz’s activism opposing reparations for slavery 150 years after the fact. It also articulated Horowitz’s understanding of the American Idea more thoroughly — and convincingly — than any of his other works. And The Politics of Bad Faith is Horowitz’s definitive explanation of his political philosophy — his rejection of the Left and his justifications for his variation of conservatism.

Read the whole thing at FrontPage Magazine.

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