Of the many books I’ve read in my life, The Right Stuff remains as one of the most riveting. Its author, American novelist Tom Wolfe weighs in on the politics of our day in an interesting Guardian interview.
So what is it about his liberal neighbors and fellow diners in his adoptive New York that Wolfe cannot abide? “I cannot stand the lock-step among everyone in my particular world. They all do the same thing, without variation. It gets so boring. There is something in me that particularly wants it registered that I am not one of them.”
(link via Drudge)