Wednesday, October 19, 2016

The Most Interesting Man in the World: Paleoconservative Division

By Robert Wenzel

It would be difficult to think that a man based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania could be considered the most interesting person in the Keystone state, never mind beyond that, but after reading Encounters: My Life with Nixon, Marcuse, and Other Friends and Teachers by Paul Gottfried, I feel confident in calling Gottfried the Most Interesting Man in the World (Paleoconservative Divison).

In his memoir, he reports on his graduate study at Yale under the Marxist Herbert Marcuse, his helping Richard Nixon compile an invitation list for a Nixon dinner party and his discussion about Mafia hits with an accountant for the mob.

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