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Richard Brookhiser discusses the life and jurisprudence of John Marshall.
 
Richard Brookhiser discusses the life and jurisprudence of John Marshall.
 
Once considered one of our most consequential presidents, Andrew Jackson's reputation has now fallen on hard times.
 
Once considered one of our most consequential presidents, Andrew Jackson's reputation has now fallen on hard times.
 
Jay Cost, author of The Price of Greatness, discusses the political and economic debates between Hamilton and Madison.
 
Jay Cost, author of The Price of Greatness, discusses the political and economic debates between Hamilton and Madison.
 
Alex Pollock discusses the philosophy of finance and why the quant guys keep getting it wrong.
 
Alex Pollock discusses the philosophy of finance and why the quant guys keep getting it wrong.
 
Yoram Hazony discusses why nationalism produces a politics of freedom, prosperity, and peace.
 
Yoram Hazony discusses why nationalism produces a politics of freedom, prosperity, and peace.
 
Daniel Mahoney discusses Pope Francis's approach to the papacy and world politics.
 
Daniel Mahoney discusses Pope Francis's approach to the papacy and world politics.
 
Philip Hamburger joins us to discuss his new book Liberal Suppression
 
Philip Hamburger joins us to discuss his new book Liberal Suppression
 
John Tamny on the positive evolution of work under economic growth.
 
John Tamny on the positive evolution of work under economic growth.
 
Dom Paschal Scotti discusses the facts, personalities, and ideas of the Galileo case.
 
Dom Paschal Scotti discusses the facts, personalities, and ideas of the Galileo case.
 
Adam White discusses President Trump's attempt to rein in regulatory state power.
 
Adam White discusses President Trump's attempt to rein in regulatory state power.
 
Gordon Wood discusses his book Friends Divided: John Adams and Thomas Jefferson
 
Gordon Wood discusses his book Friends Divided: John Adams and Thomas Jefferson
 
Teresa Bejan discusses with us how early modern debates over religious toleration are an example of how we can disagree well.
 
Teresa Bejan discusses with us how early modern debates over religious toleration are an example of how we can disagree well.
 
What did "Don't immanentize the eschaton!" really mean? An intro podcast on the formidable mind of Eric Voegelin.
 
What did "Don't immanentize the eschaton!" really mean? An intro podcast on the formidable mind of Eric Voegelin.
 
The real conflict in our politics centers on reforming massive levels of public corruption.
 
The real conflict in our politics centers on reforming massive levels of public corruption.
 
Patrick Deneen argues that “Liberalism has failed—not because it fell short—but because it was true to itself.”
 
Patrick Deneen argues that “Liberalism has failed—not because it fell short—but because it was true to itself.”
 
Have changes in the style and manner of presidential rhetoric in the 20th century served us well?
 
Have changes in the style and manner of presidential rhetoric in the 20th century served us well?
 
Debating Poverty, Immigration, Racial Preferences, Campaign Finance, and Religious Freedom with Peter Schuck, author of One Nation Undecided.
 
Debating Poverty, Immigration, Racial Preferences, Campaign Finance, and Religious Freedom with Peter Schuck, author of One Nation Undecided.
 
Why we need Walker Percy's diagnosis of what ails the contemporary soul.
 
Why we need Walker Percy's diagnosis of what ails the contemporary soul.
 
Martin Luther launched a religious revolution that shaped the modern world in ways that he never intended.
 
Martin Luther launched a religious revolution that shaped the modern world in ways that he never intended.
 
Acclaimed novelist and foreign policy thinker Mark Helprin returns to Liberty Law Talk to discuss his most recent novel, Paris in the Present Tense.…
 
Acclaimed novelist and foreign policy thinker Mark Helprin returns to Liberty Law Talk to discuss his most recent novel, Paris in the Present Tense.…
 
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