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Dedicated to the promotion of a free and virtuous society, Acton Line brings together writers, economists, religious leaders, and more to bridge the gap between good intentions and sound economics. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Yuval Levin on the Capitol riot and institutional crisis
Anne Bradley & Iain Murray on socialism and poverty
Tim Carney on Alienated America (Rebroadcast)
Rev. Robert Sirico on what we learned in 2020
Maryann & Barry Keating on rebuilding social capital
Philippa Stroud & Anne Bradley on pandemic and poverty
Walter Williams on Frederic Bastiat & American political culture
Jordan Ballor on Abraham Kuyper's "Common Grace"
Ismael Hernandez & Peter Greer on addressing poverty
Joel Sercel on the ethics of space exploration
Sam Gregg on woke capitalism
Gerald McDermott on 'Race & Covenant' and racial reconciliation
Scott Lincicome on Section 230 and social media
P.J. Hill on religious origins of the rule of law
Rev. Robert Sirico & Dr. Samuel Gregg on analyzing Fratelli Tutti
Nate Hochman on conservative environmentalism
Ilya Shapiro on Supreme Disorder and SCOTUS politics
Stephanie Slade on will-to-power conservatism
Dylan Pahman on Charles Malik and 'Christ and Crisis'
Iain Murray on the socialist temptation