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Adam Bellow: ‘The Tea Party is the most exciting political movement of my lifetime’

By: April 20, 2011


ONLY ON THE BLOG: Answering today’s five OFF-SET questions is Adam Bellow, an executive editor at HarperCollins, publisher of Broadside Books, which has just launched a series of short digital pamphlets called “Voices of the Tea Party.” Bellow, formerly an editor at Doubleday, guided the publishing of such provocative conservative books as “Illiberal Education: The politics of Race and Sex on Campus,” by Dinesh D’Souza;  “The Real Anita Hill,” by David Brock (who later apologized for the book); and “The Bell Curve” by Harvard psychologist  Richard Hernnstein and political scientist Charles Murray. The son of Nobel Prize-winning novelist Saul Bellow, Adam Bellow is author of the book, “In Praise of Nepotism.”

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