Writing from Left to Right
Michael Novak talked about his book, Writing from Left to Right: My Journey From Liberal to Conservative, in which he recounts his study of and participation in politics and his ideological shift from the political left to the right. The author, who forged relationships with the likes of Bobby Kennedy, George McGovern, Ronald Reagan, and Margaret Thatcher, contended that over time he came to believe that promoting capitalist principles forged a stronger democracy and better served his goal of addressing human rights and poverty issues. Mr. Novak spoke at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington,D.C. close
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Mary Eberstadt Research Fellow Hoover Institution at Stanford University
Michael Novak Scholar American Enterprise Institute->Religion, Philosophy, and Public Policy
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