John Derbyshire (born June 3, 1945) is a British-American writer. His columns in National Review and New English Review cover a broad range of political-cultural topics, including immigration, China, history, mathematics, and race. Derbyshire\s 1996 book, Seeing Calvin Coolidge in a Dream, was a New York Times \"Notable Book of the Year\". His 2004 book, Prime Obsession, won the Mathematical Association of America\s inaugural Euler Book Prize. Derbyshire graduated from University College London, where he studied mathematics. Before turning to writing full-time, he worked on Wall Street as a computer programmer. Derbyshire\s wife, Rosie, is from China and, with her, he has fathered two children, Dannie and Nellie. While raised an Anglican, Derbyshire now considers himself a Mysterian. He lives in Huntington, New York.
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