Richard Brookhiser articles on Wikipedia
Richard Brookhiser
Richard Brookhiser (born February 23, 1955) is an American journalist, biographer and historian. He is a senior editor at National Review. He is most widely
Sep 8th 2016

What Would the Founders Do?
Answers is a 2006 non-fiction book by American journalist and historian Richard Brookhiser. The author discusses the viewpoints, backgrounds, and character traits
Jul 8th 2016

The Strange Death of Vincent Foster
Coulter have dismissed Ruddy's conspiracy theories about Foster. Richard Brookhiser (editor of the conservative National Review) wrote in The New York
May 17th 2017

Thomas Paine's
Rights of Man, and analyzes its significance. The book was praised by Richard Brookhiser of The New York Times, who observed, "Hitchens's discussion of Paine's
Feb 24th 2017

Richard Kluger
Seizing Destiny How America Grew From Sea to Shining Sea by Richard-KlugerRichard Kluger) Brookhiser, Richard, "Land Grab" (book review of Seizing Destiny How America
Mar 18th 2017

Basic Books
E. Baptist Susan R. Barry Daniel Bell John Bradshaw Allan Brandt Richard Brookhiser Zbigniew Brzezinski William F. Buckley Stephen Carter Iris Chang George
May 13th 2017

Cut and paste job
House, Inc. accessed 26 Feb. 2008. The Alliance. - book reviews, by Richard Brookhiser, National Review, February 24, 1984 Usage example (see "Lodge Committee"
Apr 19th 2017

James Dinsmore
James Dinsmore (born ca.1771, died 1830) was an Irish carpenter, known for his work while serving Thomas Jefferson. He was responsible for the training
May 4th 2017

In Depth
7 - Richard Brookhiser (Connie Doebele)* November 4 - David Halberstam (Susan Swain) December 2 - David McCullough (Brian Lamb) *Note: Richard Brookhiser's
May 29th 2017

100 People Who Are Screwing Up America
applaud his choice of David Duke." In a review in The New York Times, Richard Brookhiser wrote, "Such books are part of the puppet theater of modern political
Apr 26th 2017

Numinous (disambiguation)
Mondo and Other Stories by Le Clezio Numinous Negro, a term coined by Richard Brookhiser based on the previous term Magical Negro Numinous communal experiences
Apr 9th 2015

Renaissance Street Singers
Talk of the Town: Sweet Music," The New Yorker, June 28, 1993 (by Richard Brookhiser) Yap, Diana Michele, "OK Chorales: Renaissance fare," Time Out New
Feb 27th 2017

Old Stock Americans
Old Stock Americans, or Old Pioneer Stock, are people who are descended from the original settlers of the Thirteen Colonies who immigrated in the 17th
May 27th 2017

Jeanne Safer
since 1969. Safer and her husband, historian and political journalist Richard Brookhiser, have written together for The Washington Post, appeared on CNN, and
Apr 9th 2017

List of Magical Negro occurrences in fiction
is a subset of the more generic numinous Negro, a term coined by Richard Brookhiser in National Review. The latter term refers to saintly, respected,
May 18th 2017

Priscilla Buckley
Priscilla Langford Buckley (October 17, 1921 – March 25, 2012) was an American author who was the managing editor of National Review magazine and a sister
Mar 21st 2017

Garfield Bromley Oxnam
Garfield Bromley Oxnam (August 14, 1891 – March 12, 1963) was a social reformer and American Bishop in the Methodist Episcopal Church, elected in 1936
Mar 15th 2017

Lewis Morris
Jersey Historical Commission, 1982), 54–58. Retrieved 29 April 2013. Richard Brookhiser, Gentleman Revolutionary: Gouverneur Morris, the Rake Who Wrote the
Feb 2nd 2017

National Humanities Medal
Sorensen Elie Wiesel 2008 (awarded November 17, 2008) Gabor Boritt Richard Brookhiser Harold Holzer Myron Magnet Albert Marrin Milton J. Rosenberg Thomas
Sep 24th 2016

The Duke's Men of Yale
dozens of other locations throughout the United States and Europe.[5] Richard Brookhiser, Historian and journalist Chuck Coleman, jazz-pop singer-songwriter
Dec 1st 2016

Hercules Mulligan
Hercules Mulligan (September 25, 1740 – March 4, 1825) was a tailor and spy during the American Revolutionary War. Born in Ireland to Hugh and Sarah
May 22nd 2017

New York Observer
Jorgensen, Joe Conason, Doree Shafrir, Hilton Kramer, Andrew Sarris, Richard Brookhiser, Michael Tomasky, Azi Paybarah, Ross Barkan, John Heilpern, Robert
May 3rd 2017

Irondequoit High School
It was formerly the "Indians" but was changed in the early 2000s. Richard Brookhiser (class of 1973), noted historian and biographer of various American
May 19th 2017

United States Bill of Rights
The Bill of Rights is the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. Proposed following the oftentimes bitter 1787–88 battle over ratification
Apr 17th 2017

Bank of New York
Anniversary of The-BankThe Bank of New York Mellon" which was narrated by historian Richard Brookhiser and recaps the company’s history from its founding in 1784. The segments
Mar 12th 2017

Myron Magnet
Trail in New Hampshire",The Wall Street Journal, January 5, 2000 Richard Brookhiser, "Built to Last" National Review December 21, 2013, Michael Goodwin
May 17th 2017

Firing Line (TV series)
Krishna" repeatedly as he played dolefully on a harmonium. According to Richard Brookhiser, an associate of Buckley's, the host commented that it was "the most
May 23rd 2017

Nicholas Trist
Nicholas Philip Trist (June 2, 1800 – February 11, 1874) was born in Charlottesville, Virginia and was the grandson of James Madison's former Philadelphia
Apr 25th 2017

Christopher Ruddy
book Strange-Death">The Strange Death of Vincent Foster. In reviewing the book, Richard Brookhiser of the National Review called it "the St. Mark version of the gospel
May 21st 2017

White Anglo-Saxon Protestant
a writer praises the WASP contribution, as conservative historian Richard Brookhiser did in 1991 when said the "uptight, bland, and elitist" stereotype
May 28th 2017

National Review
magazine, National Review Online, or both: Elliott Abrams Josh Blackman Richard Brookhiser, senior editor (joined staff in the 1970s) Mona Charen Charles C.
May 14th 2017

Gouverneur Morris
Gouverneur Morris I (January 30, 1752 – November 6, 1816) was an American statesman, a Founding Father of the United States, and a native of New York City
May 8th 2017

Alexander Hamilton
inaccuracies that demonstrated that it was not entirely reliable, and Richard Brookhiser noted that "a man is more likely to know his own birthday than a probate
May 21st 2017

Bibliography of Ronald Reagan
This bibliography of Ronald Reagan includes major books and articles about 40th President of the United States Ronald Reagan and his policies. Brands
May 22nd 2017

Bertrand Barère
Bertrand Barere de Vieuzac (10 September 1755 – 13 January 1841) was a French politician, freemason, journalist, and one of the most prominent members
Apr 26th 2017

Suicide of Vince Foster
Deputy-White-HouseDeputy White House counsel Vincent W. Foster was found dead in Fort Marcy Park off the Washington-Parkway">George Washington Parkway in Virginia, outside Washington, D.C.
May 17th 2017

Yale Political Union
Spring 1949 (Conservative). Conservative activist and Catholic writer. Richard Brookhiser, Chairman of POR, 1975. Senior Editor at National Review. Senator
May 4th 2017

Hare Krishna movement and sexual orientation
chanted slowly as he played dolefully on a harmonium. According to Richard Brookhiser, an associate of Buckley's, the host commented that it was "the most
Mar 3rd 2017

Joanne B. Freeman
appeared in Founding Brothers with fellow historians Ron Chernow, Richard Brookhiser, David McCullough, and Carol Berkin on the The History Channel; the
May 19th 2017

George P. Bush
1926–1995". Retrieved August 15, 2009.  Richard Brookhiser (1992), "A Visit with George Bush", The Atlantic Monthly  Parker
May 2nd 2017

John Adams
affected the culture, laws, and traditions of their region. Journalist Richard Brookhiser wrote that Adams' Puritan ancestors "believed they lived in the Bible
May 24th 2017

Greg Hyatt
Gregory-SolGregory Sol "Greg" Hyatt is an American political activist and a former attorney and politician. He was a candidate for Governor of Massachusetts in 1986
Nov 30th 2016

Stereotypes of African Americans
is a subtype of the more generic numinous Negro, a term coined by Richard Brookhiser in National Review. The latter term refers to saintly, respected or
May 28th 2017

Sexuality of Abraham Lincoln
The Prairie Years (1926) 1:244; Roundup: Talking About History, by Richard Brookhiser, NYT Book Review (Jan 9, 2005) of C.A. Tripp's Gay Lincoln Biography
May 20th 2017

Irondequoit, New York
people were either born in Irondequoit or were long-time residents: Richard Brookhiser - noted historian and biographer of various American founding fathers
May 21st 2017

The Silmarillion
The Silmarillion /sɪlməˈrɪliən/ is a collection of mythopoeic works by English writer J. R. R. Tolkien, edited and published posthumously by his son, Christopher
May 5th 2017

List of people from Rochester, New York
author Andrea Barrett, short-story writer Philip Barry, playwright Richard Brookhiser, biographer Rob Byrnes, writer, Lambda Literary Award winner Ron Carlivati
May 29th 2017

Henry Adams
Adams Henry Brooks Adams (February 16, 1838 – March 27, 1918) was an American historian and member of the Adams political family, being descended from two U
May 24th 2017

George Washington
George Washington (/ˈdʒɔːrdʒ ˈwɒʃɪŋtən/; February 22, 1732 [O.S. February 11, 1731] – December 14, 1799) was an American politician and soldier who served
May 28th 2017

Il Galateo
Galateo: The Rules of Polite Behavior (Il Galateo, overo de' costumi) by Florentine Giovanni Della Casa (1503–56) was published in Venice in 1558. A guide
Jul 27th 2016

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