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What’s Wrong With Our Elites?

Political life involves inevitable tension between the few and the many, which is why a solid middle class provides stability. Who are our elites? How, exactly, are they corrupt? Who are our populists? Why, exactly, are they angry?

Podcast
19:48

Charles Kesler joins “The Seth Leibsohn Show” 3.4.19

Charles Kesler joins "The Seth Leibsohn Show" to discuss the just-released Winter Issue of the Claremont Review of Books, including his new essay, "2020 Foresight," and Christopher DeMuth's "Trumpism, Nationalism, And Conservatism."

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41:08

Ryan Williams on “The Next Revolution,” 1.27.19

Ryan Williams joins Steve Hilton to talk about the battle of border security and what to expect from the 2020 elections.

Podcast
24:46

Matthew J. Peterson joins “The Seth Leibsohn Show” 1.11.19

Matthew J. Peterson joins "The Seth Leibsohn Show" to discuss his piece in The American Mind defending Tucker Carlson.

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59:21

American Political Realignments and American Politics Today

Charles Kesler speaks at Hillsdale College on the current state of American politics and the future of both liberalism and conservatism.

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1:11:38

Nationalism and Sovereignty

Ryan Williams, Colin Dueck, Yoram Hazony, Matthew Spalding speak on Nationalism and Sovereignty at Hillsdale College's Kirby Center.

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5:18

Chuck DeVore on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” 12.3.18

Chuck DeVore joins Tucker Carlson to explain how the climate change agenda of the elites affects the economy and the middle class.