George F.

Stories by George F. Will

  • The Perils Of Condescension

    To be fanciful, suppose Democrats, having lost seven of 10 presidential elections since 1952, want to win in 1992. What should they do? They should begin by picking up (with two hands; it is heavy) Michael Barone's book "Our Country: The Shaping of America from Roosevelt to Reagan." They will learn such illuminating things as: The only book found on Adlai Stevenson's bedside table after his death (on a London street) was the Social Register. ...