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"Mr. Sorman has traveled widely across the globe. He has met many of the world's leaders. He has been an advisor to a previous French Prime Minister. He writes widely in the press in a number of countries. And what he writes has come to carry a lot of weight."

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Lies, Damned Lies, and Economics, Stephen Spruiell, National Review Online, July 14, 2009

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In a global environment in which misunderstandings and distortions of the American past and present proliferate in a self-nourishing and parochial fashion…Sorman [provides us with] exceptional knowledge of politics, economics, social organization, educational practice, cultural expression and foreign policy in the United States.

Steven Laurence Kaplan, Goldwin Smith Professor of European History, Cornell University

Guy Sorman is an outstanding writer and scholar who has revolutionized the field of cultural economics. He is practically alone among our contemporaries to combine field research and academic knowledge. This unique talent, recognized in many countries as shown by its publications, has allowed him to be a global pioneer. He has shown how globalization has impacted traditional civilization like India, China or the Muslim world, destroying the old order and paving the way towards economic development.

Michael S. Bernstam, Research fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University

One of the most probing, the most honest minds among contemporary commentators on the politics, economy, and social concerns of our time. His writing invariably cast[s] a constructive critical glance at the world at the start of the 21st century.

Thomas Bishop, Director, Center for French Civilization and Culture; Florence Gould Professor of French Literature, New York University

[Guy Sorman] systematically shows himself to be a highly innovative and imaginative thinker who contributes to the debate taking place in the United States on topics as divergent as the conservative revolution in the United States, the role of a free market, the realities of life in contemporary China, and immigration.

William R. Schonfeld, Professor of Political Science, University of California, Irvine

Sorman is not only an extremely influential writer, whose extraordinary intellectual contributions have been recognized and praised worldwide. He is also one of the best friends and advocates of the United States in France, in Europe, and in the world. While, shockingly enough, anti-Americanism is still somewhat rampant in Europe, Sorman has always been a promoter of American values such as political democracy and economic freedom.

Pierre-André Chiappori, E. Rowan and Barbara Steinschneider Professor of Economics, Columbia University

Mr. Sorman has traveled widely across the globe. He has met many of the world's leaders. He has been an advisor to a previous French Prime Minister. He writes widely in the press in a number of countries. And what he writes has come to carry a lot of weight.

Ezra Suleiman, IBM Professor of International Studies, Professor of Politics, and Director of the Program in European Politics and Society, Princeton University



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