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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
Joe Trippi II: The veteran political strategist assesses the state of the presidential race between Trump and Biden (audio recording)
Date Added: July 9, 2020
Christine Rosen II: On cancel culture, mob violence, and the illiberal turn in American politics (audio recording)
Date Added: June 24, 2020
Stan Veuger II: The AEI economist analyzes the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, the policy responses to the economic crisis, and possible paths forward (audio recording)
Date Added: June 11, 2020
Aaron Friedberg II: On increasing tensions in the U.S.-China relationship (audio recording)
Date Added: May 27, 2020
Mike Murphy V: Mike Murphy and Bill Kristol analyze the Trump and Biden campaigns and consider how things might develop in the months ahead (audio recording)
Date Added: May 14, 2020
Harvey Mansfield XX: On liberal democracy as a mixed regime.
Date Added: May 2, 2020
Chester Finn: A veteran education policymaker and scholar discusses reforms to the American education system.
Date Added: April 18, 2020
Arthur Melzer: On why philosophers and political thinkers of the past practiced the art of esoteric writing.
Date Added: April 4, 2020
James Ceaser V: How we select presidential candidates, from the founding period to the primaries and caucuses of today.
Date Added: March 21, 2020