The Post Wherein I Reveal Lingering High School Angst

Over at BooMan Tribune, BooMan discusses a subscription-only piece by David Brooks, who just declared neoliberalism dead:
In the early days, the neoliberals coalesced around two small magazines, The New Republic and The Washington Monthly. They represented, first of all, a change in intellectual tone...

On policy matters, the neoliberals were liberal but not too liberal. They rejected interest-group politics and were suspicious of brain-dead unions. They tended to be hawkish on foreign policy, positive about capitalism, reformist when it came to the welfare state, and urbane but not militant on feminism and other social issues.

The neoliberal movement begat politicians like Paul Tsongas, Al Gore (the 1980s and '90s version) and Bill Clinton. It also set the tone for mainstream American journalism. Today, you can't swing an ax in a major American newsroom without hitting six people who used to work at The New Republic or The Washington Monthly. Influenced by their sensibility, many major news organizations became neoliberal institutions, whether they knew it or not.
And BooMan himself adds:
Exactly. Exacta-fucking-mundo.

The question that needs asking is: how in the hell did people like Michael Kinsley, Andrew Sullivan, Marty Peretz, Michael Kelly, and Peter Beinart come to define the left, and how the hell can we get them to go away and never presume to speak for us again?
Funding issues, I am certain, played a major role in how such writers came to speak for the left on shows like "Crossfire" over the past twenty-five years. As is the case with the vast wignut welfare system that supports conservative punditry of all sorts, "liberals" and Democrats who would tow the neoliberal line would receive media and promotional backing that so-called more "traditional" liberals would not. The past generation of neoliberal pundits smacks of a fraternity that was oriented toward business school. This is probably because virtually all of these pundits are male, because they all wrote for either The New Republic or the Washington Monthly at one time, and because they have been so loved by business interests. From my perspective, it is also because they pretty much all exude the exactly the same cultural signifiers: comfortable wearing suits and playing golf, smarter than thou but wouldn't touch non-professional graduate school with a ten foot pole, not from an upper-class background but desperate to get "in" with the establishment, etc. Very much the attitude of the kids at the local, upper-middle class public high school who were both smart and cool. Or maybe I am just projecting my personal cultural biases onto a class of people I don't really know, and I need to get past high school / college myself.

Brooks goes on to imply that it was the internet and the blogosphere that killed neoliberalism.
If you surf the Web these days, for example, you find that a horde of thousands have declared war on the Time magazine columnist Joe Klein.
I don't think Brooks is entirely wrong about this. In a very real way, it was the rise of the blogosphere that finally gave a means for people on the left who vehemently opposed the rise of the various neoliberals frats to disseminate and distribute their message. The reason neoliberal supremacy within the Democratic Party is being challenged, however, is not merely a change in attitude, but actually a loosening of the establishment strictures around the dissemination and distribution of political writing. It is my thesis that a neoliberals have dominated established news organizations for so long, and that the blogosphere is so flush with writers vehemently opposed to the previous generation of neoliberal pundits who ostensibly represent "the left," because of different attitudes within the two groups about the types of institutions each feels comfortable working within. That is to say, the cultural predilections of the neoliberals would result in them gravitating to established print periodicals, while the cultural predilections of those who oppose them cause them to gravitate toward the blogosphere. To return to the high school and college analogy for the moment, I can best describe it a difference between those kids who would excitedly join fraternities, and those who would excitedly start alternative literary magazines. When one reaches adulthood, I think that difference easily translates into wanting to write a column in Time magazine, versus wanting to become a big-time national blogger for an independent website.

Wow. I still have a lot of angst about college and high school. Here I am blaming the rise of neoliberalism in the Democratic Party upon a certain type of guy I didn't like back when I was a teenager. But there is a certain absurdity to the way establishment politics works that makes you feel as though you never left high school or college after all. Perhaps the social norms we learn in our formative years stick with us all until the bitter end.

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Re: The Post Wherein I Reveal Lingering High Schoo

The more things change, the more they stay the same.    You are not wrong, my friend, I often find the high school comparison very apt.

by Tracy Joan 2007-03-12 09:46AM | 0 recs
Re: The Post ..... High School Angst

Brooks has been sounding exponentially stupider than normal recently. I hope this is the only post Chris writes that's inspired by rush chairman Safire's favorite pledge.  

by ShagBark 2007-03-12 10:09AM | 0 recs
Re: The Post Wherein I Reveal Lingering High Schoo

A bit off topic, but didn't see a recent open thread to ask this of Chris.

On Feb 5th, you posted a second survey and said you would give the results within a couple of days.  Then the Marcotte-McEwan espisode seems to have distracted MyDD for that week.  

Unless it was in an open thread somewhere else, is it possible to see the results of the other surveys?

The last one of results I spotted was the Demographic survey on 2/5/07.

TIA.

by benny06 2007-03-12 10:13AM | 0 recs
Re: The Post Wherein I Reveal Lingering High Schoo

The thing that I've observed about real life in general is that it's exactly like high school.  The only difference between adults and children is that adults are generally taller.  Also, children are more likely to admit that big funny words they invented are meaningless.

College was this weird alternate universe where some of the people thought seriously about things and were generally excellent to one another.  At least, that's the way it was at my college.  Going back to the real world afterwards was more like going back to high school.

I don't think the highschooliness you're detecting is limited to punditry, or the media or politics.  That's just the way the "real world" works.

by fwiffo 2007-03-12 10:15AM | 0 recs
Re: The Post Wherein I Reveal Lingering High Schoo

Where'd you go to college?

by LiberalFromPA 2007-03-12 02:23PM | 0 recs
depressingly

Every adult institution I've encountered -- from the inside of international brokerage firms to administrative meetings in universities to the Democratic National Convention -- is a lot like fucking high school. It's kind of depressing. The institutional mold persists, and the cultural strains (while certainly not set in stone) seem to carry on.

It really makes me think that making High School a better place is probably a good idea.

by Josh Koenig 2007-03-12 10:16AM | 0 recs
These Are The Good Old Days

A generation from now, it won't be high school/college social politics that folks are talking about in their candid moments.  It will be pre-school/kindergarten.

This is how one measures the decline of a civilization--a crucial measure of its rigidity and insularity.

God, I hope I'm wrong.

by Paul Rosenberg 2007-03-12 10:16AM | 0 recs
Brooks

That was a rare reasonable article by Brooks.  DLC neoliberalism is dying, and people like Chris, Matt, Jerome, and Markos played a role.

Dean showed us -- when we fight back, we can win.

The Fox debate is a great example.  Edwards and (maybe) Richardson said no.  We won.  

Great diary, Chris.  

The neo-liberals had a lot of neo, but not much liberal.  

by littafi 2007-03-12 10:52AM | 0 recs
Re: Brooks

Blogs have certainly played a key role in (thank God!) starting to take down the neolib philosophy and credibility, but we can't replace the institutions like TNR that have made it influential by ourselves.  Over at Ezraklein.com, Ezra is saying that blogs aren't doing enough to support the alternative institutions like the American Prospect that will eventually help us dramatically shift the mainstream debate and produce hordes of progressive thinkers to undo the damage that TNR and the Heritage foundation have done to this country.  I think he makes a pretty strong argument.

by Sam L 2007-03-12 01:53PM | 0 recs
What's missing in this analysis: neoconservatism

While the blogosphere certainly has something to do with the decline of neoliberalism, I suspect it was the neoliberal flirtation with neoconservatism that actually sealed the deal.  The late-90's neoconservative movement was led by "intellectuals" like Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowicz and Bill Kristol - and to a lesser degree Washington has-beens like Dick Cheney and Don Rumsfeld.  There was nothing liberal about this crew.  And yet the neocons tempted many a neoliberal to see things their way.  This was because the neocons, despite their extremely hawkish foreign policy views, were willing to feign moderation on social and economic issues.  Thus, neolibs like Kinsley, Josh Marshall, Fareed Zakaria, Friedman and Beinart were easily seduced by the neoconservative cult after 9/11 - when the projection of American military force seemed both reasonable and necessary.  

The neolibs supported the use of military force in Afganistan and even began parroting a lighter version of the neocon line about transformative democracy in the Middle East as the "issues" with Saddam's UN compliance began to appear in the fall of 2002.  What emerged was a kind of grand, non-partisan coalition between the hardcore neocon wingnuts, who strained to appear moderate while they had America's trust, and the young neoliberals, who were desperate to appear adult and tough and "serious" in the aftermath of the deadly attacks on 9/11.  

Then came the build up to Iraq.  Bush defied the Security Counsel.  He ignored our allies.  He rushed to war on dubious intelligence.  It was all pretty obvious at the time.  Certain neoliberals, like Wes Clark, recognized this early and took a fairly hard stand against the war, despite serious professional and political repercussions.  Most did not.

As 2002 turned to 2003 and the war drew closer, certain neolibs (like Josh Marshall) retracted their support for the Iraq war as it became increasingly clear that the neocon program cared little for the international security system or the views of our allies (both major problems from the neoliberal perspective).  Many neolibs ignored these concerns, however, and supported the Iraq despite the warning signs.  Some neolibs, like Friedman and Zakaria, even identified the warning signs in real time, explaining why the developments would probably lead to catastrophe before proceeding to support the neocon invasion of Iraq anyway.  This was a real turning point for these men.  The neoliberal inside of them clearly rejected the Administration's disasterous rush to war, but they had so internalized the neocon message that they believed the war must be fought regardless.  They turned to the dark side.

Today, Iraq remains the dividing line for neoliberal legitimacy and illegitimacy.  Neolibs like Josh Marshall and Matt Yglesias, who have renounced neoconservatism and realigned their views with reality, remain credible figures (Marshall withdrew his support for the Iraq war about two weeks before the invasion began; Yglesias was slightly later, I believe).  Others, like Friedman and Zakaria and Beinart, have become parodies of themselves as they strain to reject the most extreme elements of the neoconservative program while continuing to support the main underpinnings of the neocon platform.  (And yet it is these fence sitters who continue to get the "liberal" op/ed spots in most major newspapers and magazines.)  

What was the role of the blogosphere in the fall of neoliberalism?  Well, certainly bloggers have kept score.  The neolibs who have renounced their flirtations with neoconservatives have been welcomed back into the fold.  The neocon-lites (i.e. former neolibs who have "gone native" with the neocons) such as Joe Lieberman, Tom Friedman and Zakaria have also been appropriately labeled and compromise.  And finally the neolibs who want it both ways, such as Joe Klein and Michael Kinsley, have been properly rediculed for refusing to take responsibility for their past complicity all while claiming to stay "above the fray."

by owenz 2007-03-12 11:17AM | 0 recs
I will also say this

I will also say this: it is a HUGE mistake to assume neoliberalism is somehow dead.  Far from it.  Neoliberalism will be revitalized and reinvigorated the second a Democrat wins the White House and liberals are forced to deal with the foreign policy mess Bush has created.

Neoliberalism, before being corrupted by the neocons and the Iraq war, actually stood for something.  In short, neoliberals believed in the international security system.  They believed that American military force should be used when a suitiable consensus of international actors agreed and supported such action.  Take the aerial bombardment of Kosovo.  The UN Security Counsel would not approve the attack because of Russia's veto power (and to a lesser degree China's).  When the US took action, however, neoliberals supported the invasion because the US was able to get the full support of NATO.  The entire Yugoslavian conflict was the quintisenntial neoliberal war - a cautious and meticulously planned military attack undertaken with a large number of allies and a large degree of international credibility.  It was not perfect, since the UN didn't support it, but it was close enough from the neoliberal perspective.

When there is Democrat in the White House in 2008, neoliberalism will resurface.  Hopefully, the neolibs who take charge will have learned a few lessons about allying themselves with neocons by then.  And you know what?  It may not be a bad thing.  For all its flaws, the international security system probably is humanity's (and America's) best chance for maintaining some semblance of global peace.  As long as that remains the case, neoliberalism is here to stay.  The alternatives are neoconservatism or James Baker's "real politic" camp, with its affinity for South American death squads and secret deals with authoratrian regimes.

So, trust me.  Neoliberalism ain't dead.  Just ask that perennial favorite of the netroots, General Wesley Clark.  You think he's a passivist?  Hell no.  He's a neoliberal, to the core.  The Bush years have been a long, cold winter for chaps like Clark, but if Hillary or Obama or Edwards (or Richardson or Dodd or Biden) take the White House in '08, his resume will be at the top of the pile at the DoD.

by owenz 2007-03-12 11:36AM | 0 recs
Re: I will also say this

Most liberals aren't pacifists either.  The majority supported the Afghanistan phase of "the war against terror" because because we thought they were trying to catch Osama. Most jumped ship when the Iraq war appeared to diverting attention from that effort.

The other reason neoliberalism will go the way of the dodo is that it is an economic system that is very harsh on poor people.  This is why latin america is rejecting it, and why Africa will reject it in the future.  Free trade deals the protect drug patents, and deny people the right to buy affordable prescriptions elsewhere, aren't popular with Americans either.

Don't get me wrong, we will have neoliberals at the top of the Dem tickets for the next decade or so, but they are slowly on the wane.

by Dameocrat 2007-03-12 02:00PM | 0 recs
Pacifists

Most liberals aren't pacifists either.

I would say that most Americans aren't.

I'm not attacking pacifism, but what I'm saying is that neoliberalism fits in fine with the American political tradition post-WWII.

by LiberalFromPA 2007-03-12 02:17PM | 0 recs
Re: I will also say this

We shall see about your critique of the harsh side of neoliberal economic policies.  You say it will go the way of the dodo...I say not so fast.  The coming entitlement crunch, the ascendance of India and China, crushing deficits, and the true arrival of global warming (and perhaps peak oil) are going to push masssive amounts of pressure on America.  There really is no guarantee that Americans to react to these developments by acceping higher taxes.

We all saw what happened in New Orleans.  Americans were horrified to see a U.S. city looking like a third world country...for about three months.  And then they forgot.  

by owenz 2007-03-12 09:14PM | 0 recs
Re: I will also say this

the quintisenntial neoliberal war - a cautious and meticulously planned military attack undertaken with a large number of allies and a large degree of international credibility.

From this perspective, the Gulf War was a neoliberal undertaking as well. Interesting, then, how neoliberalism morphed into neoconservativism in the Republican party...something we almost saw a repeat of within our own party (had the Iraq War not been such a debacle).

by LiberalFromPA 2007-03-12 02:14PM | 0 recs
Re: I will also say this

Oh, I think the Gulf War was certainly a neoliberal war, even if it was led by the "realists" of the Bush I Administration.  Over time, I think the claims that we invaded Iraq for "humanitarian" purposes (e.g. to save Kuwait) have grown a bit hard to swallow...but the process of gaining UN acceptance and gathering an overwhelming force of allies certainly meets the definition of neoliberalism.

I really don't think neoliberalism morphed into neoconservatism in the Republican Party, however.  The neocons took the Gulf War to mean that US military force was unstoppable, but they never had much use for the international institutions favored by neoliberals or James Baker's "realist" camp.  Neocons view the UN as a tool for creating a cover of legitimacy...but they don't actually believe in it.

by owenz 2007-03-12 09:03PM | 0 recs
TNR & WM

What I have to wonder is why TNR and Washington Monthly are the journals that define the left according to the mainstream media? It's not like The Nation is so far out there that there couldn't be more writers from that portion of the spectrum. Certainly, once Hitchens decided to go completely bonkers, his Nation association didn't keep people from booking him. But aside from vanden Heuvel (and even her appearances are scarce), how often does anyone see someone from The Nation or Mother Jones on TV or elsewhere?

by darrelplant 2007-03-12 01:07PM | 0 recs
Re: TNR & WM

"But aside from vanden Heuvel (and even her appearances are scarce), how often does anyone see someone from The Nation or Mother Jones on TV or elsewhere?"

That's because The Nation is not neo-liberal. They are real liberals. Neo-liberals are essentially pro-choice conservatives. Economically they support policies that serve the ultra-rich who own the corporations that own the mainstream media. It is no mystery at all why neo-liberals dominate corporate media, nor why genuine liberals such as those who write for The Nation are excluded.

By the way, this over-representation by neo-liberals in the corporate media accomplishes two compatible goals:

1.) It excludes any voices that are not conservative on economic issues

and

2.) it feeds the idea that the mainstream media has a liberal bias, which leads many people to always give conservatives the benefit of the doubt to compensate for this perceived bias, further reinforcing the elite corporate economic agenda.

Basically, the corporations get to have their cake and eat it too. There are two types of voices allowed in the corporate/mainstream media: culturally liberal/economically conservative (i.e. neo-liberals labeled as liberals) and culturally conservative/economically conservative (i.e. conservatives.) So conservative agenda benefits from the perception of a liberal bias in the media, but the liberal agenda gets no benefit at all because neo-liberals do not actually promote a liberal agenda.

by miasmo 2007-03-12 01:41PM | 0 recs
Ditto

Excuse me, I mean, I couldn't have put it better myself.

Same thing about opposition to the Vietnam war circa 1970. The "new-left" was fundamentally (plus other things) about rejecting the "liberals" of the Democratic Party who supported the war. To be anti-imperialist contradicts the neo-liberal world view.

The other piece of it is the patriotic and psychological conservative, the authoritarian impulse and the desire of many (some) to have a strong leader who will make America strong, which is present in neo-liberal as much as in the neo-conservative. Another aspect of neo-liberalism is the fear of being labeled soft on comunism (oops, forward 20 years...) soft on terrorism, the self-loathing even that comes from internalizing the right-wing attacks.

Not all Democrats fear the right-wing accusation of "not supporting the troops". The neo-liberals do, but not the progressive wing.

by MetaData 2007-03-12 04:19PM | 0 recs
Definitions

I think that you and owenz are misinterpeting neoliberalism. The military aspects of foreign policy are fairly unimportant in neoliberalism (which is a huge part of the distinction between it and neoconservatism).

Neoliberalism is the belief that the individual has agency and should be the sole level of analysis. This leads into neoclassical economics and a political philosophy based on negative rights (the government won't do x to you) and the elimination of non-contractual forms of association (ie. clerical power, clan loyalty)

When the neoliberals came up with their name, it wasn't the DLC contrasting itself from the contemporary left. It was Friedrich Hayek and the rest of the Austrian School comparing themselves to Smith, Ricardo, Bentham and Mill.

In terms of foreign policy, neoliberalism is most often associated with the macroeconomic policies of the IMF and the WTO, not militarism. Argentinians, not Iraqis, complain of neoliberalism. The most doctrinaire neoliberals don't even believe in the need for a state, much less a highly militarized one.

To tie it back into the media piece, Matthew Yglesias definitely isn't a neoliberal. Full-throated defenses of unions should be the giveaway: neoliberals hate unions both due to their economic orthodoxy and because they oppose any form of collective action. He writes for TAP, a good labor-liberal publication. Peter Beinart was a much better example of a neoliberal who supported the war, but again, his neoliberalism had little to do with his support for the war.

by CT student 2007-03-12 09:41PM | 0 recs
Re: Definitions

"neoliberals hate unions both due to their economic orthodoxy and because they oppose any form of collective action.

If they hate collective action, and they were intellectually honest, they would hate corporations too. But just like conservatives, they are full of shit, because they basically are conservatives. Just like conservatives, their policies favor a concentration of wealth and power in the hands of a few ruling elites. That's the meat of the whole thing, and the rest is just pseudo-intellectual PR/marketing tactics.

by miasmo 2007-03-12 11:42PM | 0 recs
Re: Definitions

Bearing in mind I agree with your point about corporations, the argument is that the contractual relationship exists between firms and employees. You can't hire a union and a manager can't hire you without capital. Tenuous, but consistent.

by CT student 2007-03-13 01:51PM | 0 recs
Re: TNR & WM

I posted about this a little further up the thread, but Ezra Klein (EzraKlien.com) just posted to try and argue that in addition to taking down fake liberals like TNR, the blog-lords should be working to build up institutions like The American Prospect.  You should give what he says a read. (And maybe buy a subscription if you're convinced.)

by Sam L 2007-03-12 02:07PM | 0 recs
Re: The Post Wherein I Reveal Lingering High Schoo

I posted about this a little further up the thread, but Ezra Klein (EzraKlien.com) just posted to try and argue that in addition to taking down fake liberals like TNR, the blog-lords should be working to build up institutions like The American Prospect.  You should give what he says a read. (And maybe buy a subscription if you're convinced.)

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