The Pity Party
William Voegeli talked about his book, The Pity Party: A Mean-Spirited Diatribe Against Liberal Compassion, in which he takes a critical look at liberal compassion. In his book, he argues that while liberals support government programs designed to help those in need, they don’t really care about what the programs actually achieve. close
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Brian C. Anderson Editor City Journal
William Voegeli Contributing Editor Claremont Review of Books
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