The Last Kid

November 1975
National Review;11/21/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 45, p1283
Reports on the allegation by U.S. writer Garry Wills about the racist reporting by this journal. Overview of political news reports allegedly interpreted as racist and fascist; Career profile of Garry Wills; Implications for journalism and politics; Information that the last two attacks on the journal have dwelt on the article, in which Jeffrey Hart praised Jean Raspail's book "The Camp of the Saints," and an editorial that applied the book's central insight to the problem of busing.


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