In the mid-60s, <strong>Norman Podhoretz</strong> gave up on becoming the next Lionel Trilling. Instead he wrote about ambition, alienating almost everyone he knew

In the mid-60s, Norman Podhoretz gave up on becoming the next Lionel Trilling. Instead he wrote about ambition, alienating almost everyone he
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In the mid-60s, Norman Podhoretz gave up on becoming the next Lionel Trilling. Instead he wrote about ambition, alienating almost everyone he knew

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