Peter Beinart on Norman Podhoretz’s Bluster Problem

Former New Republic editor Peter Beinart eviscerates neo-con chieftain Norman Podhoretz’s new book “World War IV: The Long Struggle Against Islamofascism” in The New York Times Book Review:

But what really gets Beinart — hardly a starry-eyed dove himself — is the Commentary editor’s blustering antagonism toward his domestic political opponents. Beinart writes:

Not content to demolish only one right-winger per review, Beinart also knocks down Michael Ledeen’s new book “The Iranian Time Bomb: The Mullah Zealots’ Quest for Destruction”:

The full review is here.

UPDATE: Podhoretz speaks (about his book):

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