Synopses & Reviews
Among the topics Dinesh D'Souza covers in Letters to a Young Conservative:--Fighting Political Correctness--Authentic vs. Bogus Multiculturalism--Why Government Is the Problem--When the Rich Get Richer--How Affirmative Action Hurts Blacks--The Feminist Mistake--All the News That Fits--How to Harpoon a Liberal--The Self-Esteem Hoax--A Republican Realignment?--Why Conservatives Should Be Cheerful
In these letters Dinesh D'Souza gives advice and opinions on: fighting political correctness; multiculturalism; when the rich get richer; how affirmative action hurts blacks; the feminist mistake; how to harpoon a liberal; the self-esteem hoax; a Republican realignment; and more.
The best-selling enfant terrible of the Reagan revolution offers advice to today's budding conservatives--the very people he sees as the true "radicals" of tomorrow
About the Author
Dinesh D'Souza, the Rishwain Research Scholar at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, served as senior domestic policy analyst in the White House in 1987-88. He is the best-selling author of Illiberal Education, The End of Racism, Ronald Reagan, and The Virtue of Prosperity. He divides his time between Washington, D.C, and San Diego, California.