Brooks on Books

So much for David Brooks’s recent pledge to break out of his bourgeois bubble and speak with real people. He’s back to telling us about obscure sociology books he’s read.
Is David Brooks unable to bring his own observations and insights to an issue? Why must he always rely on someone else’s thinking?
These columns are book reviews. They should be in the Books section of the paper. Call it “Brooks on Books.”
The Times needs to replace him with someone who can bring an original thought to the discussion. I’m available!

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