The Point of It All: A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavors
There are a few people who have closely observed the political scene in Washington, D.C. for as long as Charles Krauthammer, but virtually no one has written about politics and life in general in our nation’s capital with as much clarity and aplomb as this man. Through the years, Krauthammer wrote hundreds of columns for newspapers and, before his recent death, he gathered around ninety of his thoughtful and thought-provoking columns covering a wide variety of topics about our culture, our customs, sports, chess, living with disabilities, current events, politics, and more.
Krauthammer’s son Daniel has written an elegant introduction that speaks of how the decisions were made about what to include, what his father’s philosophy about writing was, and some about the brilliant, complex man who overcame so much and became an intense flash of color in the largely black-and-white world of journalism and television news. Fans of Krauthammer, those who know him through his television news commentary or earlier writing, will treasure this book as the gift it is. Those who don’t know the man are in for a real treat for the mind. This is a book everyone should read.
|Author||Charles Krauthammer • Daniel Krauthammer, Editor|
|Page Count||400 pages|
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