James writes:

In "Heady Summer, Fateful Fall for Dinesh D’Souza, a Conservative Firebrand," Jonathan Mahler includes my thoughts on the pundit in a feature for The New York Times.  

“He was the all-star, the guy every student aspired to be,” said James Panero, who graduated from Dartmouth in 1998 and is now executive editor of The New Criterion, a conservative literary journal. “But I think the rewards of playing to the crowd, of throwing out red meat, have become too great.”'

Readers agree:

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 Catch the entire article here. And click here for Scott Johnson's 1997 review of D'Souza's Enemy at Home.