The Public Interest

Commencement at McGill

Charles Krauthammer

Fall 1993

LET ME BEGIN by saying how deeply honored I am by the honorary degree you have conferred upon me and by the invitation to deliver the commencement address at a university for which I have such respect and affection. And let me apologize for speaking entirely in English, my French having suffered the disuse of living in a land so vast that bilingualism is considered, except for the newest of immigrants, an exotic intellectual acquirement.

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