Clyde Wilson has reviewed Into the Cannibal’s Pot: Lessons for America from Post-Apartheid South favorably in the March 2012 print Issue of Chronicles, A Magazine of American Culture. Writes Professor Wilson:
“Tocqueville in the 19th century, and Solzhenitsyn in the 20th, noted that conformity of thought is powerfully prevalent among Americans. I have always thought that a strong justification for freedom of speech and press is the possibility, however small, that a lonely voice telling an unwanted truth might be heard. Such a speaker requires intellectual courage—the rarest of all forms of courage. The feisty, independent-minded libertarian columnist Ilana Mercer has that courage—in spades—as she chronicles the drawn-out murder of civilization in her native South Africa. She not only describes what is happening, she tells us how it came about and what it means. This is one libertarian who knows that the market is wonderful, but it is not everything. …”
CONGRATULATIONS ARE in order to Chronicles’ peerless editor, Tom Fleming, for his “Daily Mail Blog,” which you can follow from Barely a Blog’s Blogroll.