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The Right to Rise? Ok!

schooling than almost any other advanced country - twice as much as 20 years ago - even as social mobility appears to have slowed. Life chances seem to be mostly set in the first 5 years, if not the first 2. That's where leaders who are serious about the "right to rise" should be focused. At a

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Written by David Frum on Monday December 19, 2011

Vaclav Havel Was a Champion of Freedom

Cuba for the elimination of human rights and self-government. He also supported the removal of the tyrant Saddam Hussein. His greatest impact is on Central Europe. Not only did he become the last President of Czechloslovakia but the first of the Czech Republic. The Velvet separation of those

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Written by John Vecchione on Sunday December 18, 2011

Vaclav Havel Wrote to Make Europe Free

end result ofkeeping it shortwas a 256-page interview account entitled  Disturbing the Peace: A Conversation with Karel Huizdala , which was published in 1991. Havel was never a man who would opt for the short, concise, condensed and sweet account, which lacked authenticity and

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Written by Robin Tim Weis on Sunday December 18, 2011

Watch: Frum on Question Time

On December 1st, David Frum participated in an episode of BBC's Question Time. The episode focused on strikes that were taking place in England, and it has since been uploaded to YouTube:

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Written by FrumForum Editors on Sunday December 18, 2011

How the '90s Became the 2000s

in the 1990s myself. People in my age group -- the tail end of "Generation X" (born from 1975 through 1980) -- are a funny lot. We were too young to be a part of what is now recognized as "Generation Jones", the in-betweeners of the Boomers and their children (e.g. President Obama, Bret

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Written by Telly Davidson on Saturday December 17, 2011

Why Cameron's EU Veto Made Sense

help of existing Union organs, no doubt ultimately grown to the large task. So Britain played the only cards it had, and still could successfully defend the City with a little give-and-take on fiscal matters. No wonder even the most opportunistic coalition or opposition British politicians

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Written by Jeff Cimbalo on Friday December 16, 2011

Watch: Frum and Hitchens on C-Span

In David Frum's remembrance for Christopher Hitchens, he notes that the first time he viewed Hitchens as a friend was when they appeared on C-Span together: [A] few weeks later, I had my own face-to-face encounter with him.  strong> We were guests together

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Written by FrumForum Editors on Friday December 16, 2011

The Anti-Lincoln Brigade

is no hyperlink on that "openly prefers the slaveholding cause in the US Civil War." A Google search leads me to this  Paul interview with Bill Maher , in which the lifelong anti-war advocate asserts that "the Civil War wasn't fought over slavery," and avers that there were better options for

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Written by David Frum on Friday December 16, 2011

The World Loses a Light

formulae,” he wrote in his memoir, Hitch-22. “But there is another responsibility: to say that some things are simple and ought not to be obfuscated…” This clarity was not limited to thought. We must remember Hitchens also for the remarkable lack of gulf between his beliefs and

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Written by Kapil Komireddi on Friday December 16, 2011

Christopher Hitchens, 1949–2011

I saw him, my wife and I came to drop some food--lamb tagine--to sustain a family with more on its mind than cooking. Christopher, though weary and sick, insisted on painfully lifting himself from his chair to perform the rites of hospitality. He might have cancer, but we were still guests--and

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Written by David Frum on Friday December 16, 2011