‘The Road to Character’ by David Brooks

Saturday, 31 Oct 2015

'Brooks pulls strongly from his early themes of cultural commentary as well as astute psychological observations, but now he keeps bumping into the transcendent.'
New York Times columnist David Brooks is one of the most read, listened to, and discussed social commentators of our time. While often representing the ‘Right’ in such venues, Brooks is more commonly known for his moderate political views and personal temperament. Through his newspaper column, his weekly appearances on NPR and PBS, or in his best-selling nonfiction pieces, Brooks has become known for his keen ability to diagnose and to see what others miss’doing it with humor and grace. Possessing a unique ability to help readers understand those with whom they disagree, he exhibits intellectual ...

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