Congratulations to our friend Yuval Levin, who has been awarded a Bradley Prize. This choice is a recognition of his success, diligence, and an investment in his future work.
A longtime writer for National Review and National Review Online, he is a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and editor of National Affairs. He was executive director of President George W. Bush’s Council on Bioethics. But that doesn’t even begin to do justice to what he does.
The Bradley Prize has the opportunity to really change someone’s life — making it more feasible for a young writer to do good and creative work while having some financial security, and even reward.
I’m so delighted the Bradley Foundation has made this choice. It’s important to the intellectual and policy life of our country, to civil society itself. And will be no small thing to his young family.
Yuval is a generous and good man. (I’m old — he was once the guy I ran all my cloning articles by for error-checks, back in the day, before he was getting genius prizes! I knew!)
This is wonderful news.