The Wall Street Journal

Notebook
July 01, 1985

DOWN THE MEMORY HOLE: Columnist James J. Kilpatrick recently denounced critics of William Bradford Reynolds, President Reagan’s nominee to be associate attorney general. These critics, he said, “do not truly believe in equal rights or in an end to discrimination. Theirs is the Orwellian doctrine that some are more equal than others. In their curious vision, it is wrong to discriminate against blacks, but it is not wrong to discriminate against whites.” What’s truly Orwellian is for James J. Kilpatrick to pose as a defender of equal rights.

Two Cheers For Irving Kristol
October 30, 1983

Who he was, and was not.

Kristol Unclear
June 27, 1981

The neoconservative's human-rights double standard.

Two Cheers for Capitalism
June 03, 1978

Irving Kristol and his "new class" of liberal elites.

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