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Peter Robinson!

I’m delighted to welcome Peter Robinson to the Corner mix. I’m sure you all know Peter. He’s a fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford, is the host of Uncommon Knowledge on PBS (the old Firing Line slot). He is author of the It’s My Party: A Republican’s Messy Love Affair with the GOP and of the upcoming How Ronald Reagan Changed My Life. Among other things, Peter spent six years as a White House speechwriter during the Reagan years, where he penned a little line about tearing down a wall in Eastern Europe. No stranger to NRO (see here and here and here and here). Peter’s an all-around cool guy, like so many of our summer Cornerites–I know you’ll enjoy him.

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