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Sean Wilentz II: The Princeton historian on conspiracy theories in American politics, past and present.
Date Added: January 1, 2021
Ashish Jha: The dean of the Brown University School of Public Health on Covid-19, vaccines and the path to recovery, and lessons learned.
Date Added: December 23, 2020
Eric Edelman IV: On the foreign policy challenges facing the Biden administration and the importance of American leadership.
Date Added: December 1, 2020
Ronald Brownstein IV: On the 2020 elections, the fault lines in our divided electorate, and the challenges faced by both parties going forward.
Date Added: November 9, 2020
Diana Schaub III: A discussion of the life and ideas of the thinker, orator, and educator Booker T. Washington.
Date Added: October 28, 2020
Mike Murphy VIII: Bill Kristol and Mike Murphy check in on the state of the race with two weeks to go until Election Day.
Date Added: October 20, 2020
Mike Murphy VII: In the wake of the first debate, Murphy and Kristol consider the state of the presidential race with five weeks to go until Election Day.
Date Added: October 1, 2020
Jack Goldsmith IV: Assessing the health of norms in government and the strength of our institutions in the Trump presidency (video conversation)
Date Added: September 22, 2020
Mike Murphy VI: The veteran political strategist shares his perspective on the state of the race with just two months to go until election day (video conversation)
Date Added: September 2, 2020
Paul Cantor IX: On the decline of universities, and how new technologies and non-university programs can contribute to liberal education.
Date Added: August 20, 2020
Marc Lipsitch: The Harvard epidemiologist on the Covid-19 pandemic, how we've done so far, and possible paths forward.
Date Added: August 5, 2020
Sean Wilentz: The distinguished Princeton historian on the importance of the careful and reflective study of American history, and the limitations of the "1619 Project."
Date Added: July 23, 2020