Op-Ed Column, "There Is No Military Free Lunch," Published in "The New York Times (USA)," 2 February, 1990.
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Along with his wife, whom he met at a Trotskyist meeting, he spearheaded the neo-conservatism movement of the late 1960s. He defined "neo-conservatism" as a political and intellectual philosophy for disaffected liberals who had been "mugged by reality.".