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Harvey Mansfield IX: On Justice Scalia, and how to think about the role of the Constitution in America.
Date Added: August 1, 2016
Jonah Goldberg: The National Review senior editor on Donald Trump's candidacy and the state of liberalism and conservatism.
Date Added: July 18, 2016
David Petraeus II: On the need for American engagement in the world, our current military capabilities, and his education.
Date Added: July 5, 2016
Garry Kasparov III: On Trump, Sanders, Clinton, Obama and the state of American politics today.
Date Added: June 20, 2016
James Ceaser II: The University of Virginia politics professor on the intellectual roots of contemporary progressivism.
Date Added: June 6, 2016
Peter Thiel II: The business founder and investor on the global economy, the state of technology, and artificial intelligence.
Date Added: May 22, 2016
Harvey Mansfield VIII: On manliness and the political and philosophical debates about our gender-neutral society.
Date Added: May 9, 2016
Garry Kasparov II: On American foreign policy, Russia since the end of the Cold War, and the rule of Vladimir Putin.
Date Added: April 25, 2016
Robert P. George: The distinguished Princeton professor of legal and moral philosophy discusses the major themes of his work.
Date Added: April 11, 2016
Stephen Rosen: The Harvard government professor on today's geopolitical challenges and American leadership in the world.
Date Added: March 28, 2016
Robert D. Putnam: The author of Bowling Alone and Our Kids on the decline of American communities and civic life.
Date Added: March 14, 2016
Garry Kasparov: The chess champion and human rights activist on his life and politics in Soviet Russia.
Date Added: February 29, 2016