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The other famous son with a new magazine this week is William Kristol, whose father Irving is an elder statesman of neoconservatism. Kristol is editor and publisher of the Weekly Standard, a conservative review of politics that he founded with John Podhoretz (son of noted neocon Norman) and Fred Barnes (ex of the New Republic) with financing from Rupert Murdoch. Let George bill itself hopefully as "post partisan.'' At the Standard it's the dawn of a postliberal age, for which they would provide a forum and rumpus room, a place where conservatives could not only cackle over the death throes of...

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