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Mitchell B. Pearlstein

President of the Center of the American Experiment, a Minnesota-based think tank dedicated to public policy research and education, former senior education bureaucrat in the Reagan and Bush administrations, columnist and commentator


The conservative movement has an acute ear for freedom. It needs to improve its ear for equity. The right must demonstrate as much interest as the left in questions of race, poverty, urban decay, and an issue that likely will continue to swell in salience over the next couple of years, that of growing income inequality, be it real or a by-rote liberal charge.

May 5, 1998 - from "The Conservative Movement: What Color For Its Tent?", published by the Center of the American Experiment