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Brian C. Anderson

Brian C. Anderson is the editor of City Journal, the cultural and political quarterly published by the Manhattan Institute, where he writes extensively on social and political trends. Formerly, he was senior editor of City Journal and a research associate at the American Enterprise Institute. As editor, Anderson has overseen the enormously successful expansion of City Journalís website. His guidance has broadened City Journalís reach and influence, with the addition of many new authors. Over his ten years at City Journal, the quarterly has continued to be one of the nationís premier public-policy magazines.

Andersonís work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, New York Post, Dallas News, Commentary, National Review, First Things, The Weekly Standard, Policy Review, The Wilson Quarterly, The American Spectator, and dozens of other publications. He is coauthor of A Manifesto for Media Freedom (2008) and author of Democratic Capitalism and Its Discontents (2007), South Park Conservatives (2005), and Raymond Aron: The Recovery of the Political (2005). The New York Times recently described Anderson as one of ďthe most probing and erudite political essayists of our day.Ē He is a frequent guest on talk radio.

Anderson holds a Ph.D. in political philosophy from the University of Ottawa and an M.A. and a B.A. from Boston College.


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