The Peirce Blog brought an excellent riposte by Michael Shapiro to my attention. Recently, Anthony Gottlieb wrote a New York Times article containing the typical falsehoods about American pragmatism that I usually just ignore. Michael Shapiro has my thanks for having this reply published.
Gottlieb trots out the usual mis-interpretation of pragmatism being about "what works," which laughably mis-construes the entire tradition. He then refers to neopragmatism, which is really a cousin three times removed from classical pragmatism.