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Audio 10.18.2019 10:56

James Poulos joins “The Steve Gruber Show” 10.11.19

James Poulos joins "The Steve Gruber Show" to discuss his op-ed over at Washington Examiner, “Manmade disasters.”

James Poulos is the Executive Editor of The American Mind. His op-ed can be found here.

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