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Eric M. Breindel (1955—1998) was a former editorial page editor of the New York Post. He was briefly married to Tamar Jacoby, in the 1980s. He graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy, Harvard College and Harvard Law School before working in journalism.

He died of liver failure, having suffered from health problems throughout adulthood, as a result of AIDS, according to Michael Wolff in his book Murdoch Exposed.

Paleoconservative Steve Sailer strongly critiqued him after his death, referring to Breindel's 1983 arrest for buying heroin, among other episodes, Steve Sailer's iSteve Blog: Tamar Jacoby's late ex-husband / heroin junkie / neocon extraordinaire but Lawrence Auster defended Breindel against Sailer's charges. Eric Breindel and Steve SailerThe Eric Breindel Award for Excellence in Opinion Journalism was established in his memory, sponsored by Fox News and the Wall Street Journal.
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Total Books: 2
The Venona Secrets The Definitive Expos of Soviet Espionage in America
A Passion for Truth The Selected Writings of Eric Breindel
1999 - A Passion for Truth the Selected Writings of Eric Breindel (Hardcover)
ISBN-13: 9780060193270
ISBN-10: 0060193271
Genres: Reference, Nonfiction