Norman Podhoretz

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Norman Podhoretz (born January 16, 1930, in Brooklyn, New York) is the editor-at-large of Commentary magazine and one of the founders of neoconservatism.

Norman Podhoretz holds bachelor's degrees from Columbia University and the Jewish Theological Seminary and a BA and MA from Cambridge University.

Norman Podhoretz's wife is Midge Rosenthal. They have three daughters and one son; his son is the journalist John Podhoretz.

Podhoretz was among those who charged that the columnist Joseph Sobran was anti-Semitic. William F. Buckley, Jr., fired Sobran from National Review magazine based on the allegation.


Why Are Jews Liberals? (2009)
World War IV: The Long Struggle Against Islamofascism (2007)
The Norman Podhoretz Reader' (2003)
The Prophets: Who They Were, What They Are (2002)
My Love Affair with America (2000)
Ex-Friends (1999)
The Bloody Crossroads: Where Literature and Politics Meet (1986)
Why We Were in Vietnam (1982)
Making It (1980)
The Present Danger; Breaking Ranks (1979)
Doings and Undoings (1966)

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Video of Interview with Norman Podhoretz on Iran