Wednesday, May 21, 2003

There's a good piece in the Boston Globe's Ideas section on the mentor of people like Richard Perle and Paul Wolfowitz, the late foreign policy strategy guru Albert Wohlstetter -- who, it turns out, was not a neoconservative, but just a rigorous analytical thinker.

''Many of the people who populate this administration are Albert's intellectual children, but I'm not sure the father would approve of the great risk they're taking,'' says Augustus Richard Norton, a former Wohlstetter student and current Middle East scholar at Boston University.


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