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Sohrab Ahmari debates David French 9.5.2019

Sohrab Ahmari of the New York Post sparred with David French of National Review on how conservatives should respond to the culture wars.

The debate, moderated by IHE Fellow and New York Times columnist Ross Douthat, was the latest in a spirited and ongoing discussion about how the Right should respond to the present cultural crisis.

In a recent feature on the theme, The American Mind published essays by Claremont Institute President Ryan P. Williams and TAM editors Matt Peterson and James Poulos, plus contributions by Daniel J. Mahoney, Mark Hemingway, and Gunnar Gundersen.

This month, TAM offers two direct responses to the current debate by esteemed legal scholar Hadley Arkes, cultural critic and 2017 Claremont Institute Publius Fellow Titus Techera, and the R Street Institute’s Christina Pesavento.

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