The origins of Ned Lamont’s opposition to the War in Iraq can be found in his Calvinist roots and family genes.
That’s the case Jim Sleeper tries to make here and here.
He cites “Calvinist currents of public obligation and individual conscience” in Lamont country and finds a correlation in his opposition Read More
Those of us who haven’t been following President Bill Clinton’s national conversation on race may turn with profit to the private sector and to two earnest liberals who have been trying to talk on their own: Jim Sleeper ( Liberal Racism ) and Tamar Jacoby ( Someone Else’s House: America’s Unfinished Struggle for Integration ). Read More