Thursday, March 30, 2006
# Posted 10:57 PM by Ariel David Adesnik
After public opinion had turned against the war, Fukuyama then courageously came out against it. He has every right to change his mind at his convenience. He has no right to change what I said.In very blog-like fashion, Krauthammer's column includes a link to the lecture he gave in 2004 which resulted in Fukuyama's departure from the movement. Unfortunately, I got home very late tonight and have an early meeting tomorrow, so I haven't had time to read the lecture just yet. But feel free to go ahead and post your thoughts below about whether Krauthammer said what he said he said.
Also, you may want to take a look at Fukuyama's article from the Summer 2004 edition of the National Interest in which he debuted his critique of Krauthammer and neo-conservatism.
Happy hunting! (0) opinions -- Add your opinion
Comments: Post a Comment