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1 hour 10 minutes

Join the editors for a frank discussion about black American nationalism, and nationalism more generally. Then: Matt reports on his road trip through several red states, highlighting some important phenomena going on in rural America that conservatives can capitalize on.

The American Mind’s ‘Editorial Roundtable’ podcast is a weekly conversation with Matt Peterson, James Poulos, David Bahr, and Spencer Klavan devoted to uncovering the ideas and principles that drive American political life. Stream here or download from your favorite podcast host.

Identity, Nationalism, and Road Trips | The Roundtable Ep. 28

Join the editors for a frank discussion about black American nationalism, and nationalism more generally. Then: Matt reports on his road trip through several red states, highlighting some important phenomena going on in rural America that conservatives can capitalize on.

Race and the Founding | The Roundtable Ep. 28 Segment 1

Under the relentless assault on American values from the 1619 project and other racially divisive leftist tactics, some conservatives are flailing as they try to find a way to reconcile a troubled past with lofty ideals. Fortunately, our editors have a full-throated defense of America for citizens of every race. Timestamp: 0:45

Road Trip Report: California to Montana | The Roundtable Ep. 28 Segment 2

Matt reports on the dramatic differences he’s seen in his family as they have escaped the clutches of SoCal on a red-state road trip. Plus: how should conservatives react to Americans fleeing to the red states? Timestamp: 27:55

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1 hour 13 minutes

The American Mind Podcast: The Roundtable Episode #29

In a week that seems straight from the fever dream, everything seems to trend toward American upheaval and even crackup. New election-war-games run by the most virtuous and good predict violence come Election Day no matter what the outcome. Joe Biden’s mental prowess continues its slow creep towards senility, which might explain why the media has been trying to run cover for him to drop out of debating Trump in September. “Ethnomathematics” are even trending to try and make you think 2+2≠4. At least Trader Joe’s hasn’t bent the knee.

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46:06

Dr. Bradley C.S. Watson joins the Ill Literacy Podcast 7.30.20

Dr. Bradley C.S. Watson joins the Heartland Institute’s Tim Benson to discuss his book, 'Progressivism: The Strange History of a Radical Idea.'

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51:43

Ken Masugi joins the Radio Free Hillsdale Hour 7.30.20

Ken Masugi, Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute, speaks about his recent essay, “Have COVID-19 and the Riots Exposed How We Destroyed the Declaration?" Masugi joins the show around the 16:00 minute mark.