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Paul Cantor IV: On Shakespeare's Rome, including discussions of "Coriolanus," "Julius Caesar," and "Antony and Cleopatra."
Date Added: September 25, 2017
Thomas Donnelly: The AEI scholar discusses challenges to American primacy, and why America must continue to lead.
Date Added: September 11, 2017
Christina Hoff Sommers II: On Google, GamerGate, and challenges to free speech on campus and in corporate America.
Date Added: August 28, 2017
Harvey Mansfield XIII: On Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels as a work of political philosophy, and Swift as a critic of modernity.
Date Added: August 14, 2017
Irwin Stelzer: The economist and political thinker on strengthening and preserving American democratic capitalism.
Date Added: July 31, 2017
Ronald Brownstein: The veteran political journalist on the demographic, geographic, and political challenges facing Democrats and Republicans.
Date Added: July 16, 2017
Mike Murphy: The Republican political strategist discusses the 2016 elections, the first months of Trump's presidency, and looking ahead to 2018 and 2020.
Date Added: July 3, 2017
Martin Feldstein: The Harvard economics professor discusses the 2008 financial crisis and analyzes the current strengths and weaknesses of the U.S. economy.
Date Added: June 19, 2017
Josh Bolten: The chief of staff to George W. Bush reflects on managing the White House in moments of crisis.
Date Added: June 3, 2017
John Walters: The former Drug Czar discusses the nation's opioid epidemic and how to address it.
Date Added: May 22, 2017
Ben Sasse: The Nebraska senator on the state of American society and culture.
Date Added: May 8, 2017
Harvey Mansfield XII: On the Senate's confirmation hearings for Neil Gorsuch and the relationship between politics and law.
Date Added: April 24, 2017