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Krauthammer’s ‘The Point of It All” in December
Daniel Krauthammer finished his father in the last book.
The last word of the deceased Charles Krauthammer, the Dean of conservative commentators, which was announced by his son, Daniel, on Tuesday.
“The point of it All: A life of Great Love and Effort” is a collection of works from the many years of Fox-News-post Krauthammer, a Pulitzer prize-winning, Harvard-trained psychiatrist and best-selling author. He died in June at the age of 68 years.
His son said Krauthammer had to bring confidence to him, the book “to completion in his name.”
Daniel wrote in Weekly Standard that the book, published in December, will “ensure that his life’s work — his words, his ideas, his extraordinary contributions to the political life in our country.”
Daniel Krauthammer has taken on the task of editor as the state of health of his father refused, and he said he was grateful for the opportunity.
“I don’t know, I’m far from alone in believing that the voice was my father, a uniquely sensitive and powerful in our national discourse,” he said. “I really believe that the world will be a better place, the longer his voice, and its echoes are heard and read.”
The older Krauthammer made the championship in such disparate fields as psychiatry, speechwriting, print journalism and television.
He won the Edwin Dunlop award for excellence in psychiatric research and clinical medicine. Journalism awards include the Pulitzer for commentary for his Washington Post columns in the year 1987, and the National Magazine Award for his work at The New Republic in 1984. His book “things that matter: Three decades of passions, pastimes and politics”, was a New York Times bestseller, remaining in the No. 1 slot for 10 weeks, and it had a stain on the illustrious list for almost 40.
Krauthammer delivered his views in a mild-mannered, steady and sometimes philosophical style, in keeping with his background in psychiatry and his detailed analysis of human behavior. Based on the background, Krauthammer said, in the year 1990, after the fall of the Berlin wall, the end of the Cold war, had the power of bipolar to “unipolar”, with the the United States as the sole superpower.
He also coined the term “Reagan doctrine”, among others.
In the last week, Fox News reported that Krauthammer would be awarded, immortalized by a scholarship to the children of Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network employees.
“Charles was a beloved member of the Fox News family, but more importantly, he was an incredible mentor and role model for millions of Americans across the country,” Suzanne Scott, CEO of Fox News, said in a statement. “We are proud to honor Charles, his legacy, influence and countless contributions to a new scholarship program enables the next generation of thought leaders the opportunity and the education they need to achieve their dreams.”
Fox News, in partnership with the National Merit Scholarship program, which accept applications through March 31, 2019; the winners will be in the spring of 2020. The scholarship award winners $2,000 per college year for a maximum of four years.
Fox News, ” Elizabeth Llorente contributed to this report.
Frank Miles is a reporter and editor cover geopolitics, military, crime, technology, and sports for FoxNews.com. His E-Mail is Frank.Miles@foxnews.com.