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Mona Charen, by the way, is an alumnus of NR, so the “fam” is always glad to see continued success from one of our own. In addition, the publication of Do-Gooders is another cause for kudos: another success from friend and occasional NR/NRO contributor Bernadette Malone. She went to Penguin to be editor of their new conservative imprint, Sentinel, in very late 2003 by way of Regnery and the Manchester Union Leader and has midwifed some important books already, including Mary Eberstadt’s Home-Alone America. Congrats to Malone—and to Penguin for seeing the market for smart conservative books.

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