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Harry Stein joined City Journal as a contributing editor in 2000, shortly after the publication of How I Accidentally Joined the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy (and Found Inner Peace), his best selling memoir recounting his journey to conservatism from the precincts of the left.

A graduate of Pomona College and Columbia’s School of Journalism, over the course of his career Stein has authored ten books, both fiction and nonfiction; cofounded a magazine in Paris; worked as a columnist for publications ranging from Esquire to TV Guide; and written a half dozen screenplays.

For City Journal, he has specialized in various aspects of popular culture and issues of race; opposed political correctness; and covered the campaigns against racial preferences in education and government hiring led by the estimable Ward Connerly. His recent book, I Can’t Believe I’m Sitting Next to a Republican, chronicles the everyday travails and triumphs of conservatives marooned in the liberal bastions (from Manhattan to Hollywood), and professions (from academia to mental health) that view them with disdain. He is currently working on another book for Encounter Books tentatively titled Everything You've Always Known About Race (But Were Afraid to Say).

 


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Advocacy Groups
  • A Preemptive Surrender City Journal, Spring 2006


  • Affirmative Action
  • A Preemptive Surrender City Journal, Spring 2006
  • Now the GOP Is For Affirmative Action? City Journal, Autumn 2006


  • Architecture
  • Racial-Grievance Industry Won't Learn a Thing RealClearMarkets, 07-27-09


  • Arts and Literature
  • The Future of Conservative Books City Journal, Summer 2008
  • What Mad Men Gets Wrong City Journal, Autumn 2009


  • Children and Family
  • Pulling the Plug City Journal, Summer 1998
  • Daytime TV Gets Judgmental City Journal, Spring 2004
  • Boxing With my Wife Los Angeles Times, 11-14-10


  • Culture and Society
  • Feminists and their Enemies City Journal, Autumn 2000
  • New York’s Tabloid Treasure City Journal, Winter 2001
  • Pulling the Plug City Journal, Summer 1998
  • Earth to Ivory Tower: Get Real! City Journal, Autumn 2001
  • The Feminists’ Big Lie City Journal, 3 May 2002
  • How I Was Smeared City Journal, Autumn 2002
  • Daytime TV Gets Judgmental City Journal, Spring 2004
  • Why Jon Stewart Is All the Rage City Journal, Spring 2005
  • Laughing at the Left City Journal, Summer 2005
  • Justice to Elia Kazan City Journal, Autumn 2005
  • May 1968: 40 Years Later City Journal, Spring 2008
  • The Future of Conservative Books City Journal, Summer 2008
  • What Mad Men Gets Wrong City Journal, Autumn 2009


  • Ethnicity
  • A Preemptive Surrender City Journal, Spring 2006
  • Racial-Grievance Industry Won't Learn a Thing RealClearMarkets, 07-27-09


  • Feminism
  • Feminists and their Enemies City Journal, Autumn 2000


  • Higher Education
  • Earth to Ivory Tower: Get Real! City Journal, Autumn 2001
  • The Race-O-Meter City Journal, Winter 2004


  • History
  • Justice to Elia Kazan City Journal, Autumn 2005
  • May 1968: 40 Years Later City Journal, Spring 2008


  • Legal Issues
  • Daytime TV Gets Judgmental City Journal, Spring 2004


  • Media
  • Feminists and their Enemies City Journal, Autumn 2000
  • New York’s Tabloid Treasure City Journal, Winter 2001
  • Pulling the Plug City Journal, Summer 1998
  • Earth to Ivory Tower: Get Real! City Journal, Autumn 2001
  • How I Was Smeared City Journal, Autumn 2002
  • Why Jon Stewart Is All the Rage City Journal, Spring 2005
  • Laughing at the Left City Journal, Summer 2005
  • The Future of Conservative Books City Journal, Summer 2008


  • National Politics
  • How I Was Smeared City Journal, Autumn 2002
  • Now the GOP Is For Affirmative Action? City Journal, Autumn 2006


  • New York City
  • New York’s Tabloid Treasure City Journal, Winter 2001


  • Political Correctness
  • Feminists and their Enemies City Journal, Autumn 2000
  • The Race-O-Meter City Journal, Winter 2004


  • Politics
  • Now the GOP Is For Affirmative Action? City Journal, Autumn 2006
  • The Future of Conservative Books City Journal, Summer 2008


  • Race
  • The Race-O-Meter City Journal, Winter 2004
  • Daytime TV Gets Judgmental City Journal, Spring 2004
  • A Preemptive Surrender City Journal, Spring 2006
  • Now the GOP Is For Affirmative Action? City Journal, Autumn 2006
  • Racial-Grievance Industry Won't Learn a Thing RealClearMarkets, 07-27-09


  • Race and Ethnicity
  • The Race-O-Meter City Journal, Winter 2004
  • A Preemptive Surrender City Journal, Spring 2006
  • Now the GOP Is For Affirmative Action? City Journal, Autumn 2006


  • Race Issues
  • Racial-Grievance Industry Won't Learn a Thing RealClearMarkets, 07-27-09


  • Race Relations
  • Now the GOP Is For Affirmative Action? City Journal, Autumn 2006


  • Unions
  • A Preemptive Surrender City Journal, Spring 2006


  • War on Terror
  • Earth to Ivory Tower: Get Real! City Journal, Autumn 2001


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