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National Affairs is a quarterly journal of essays about domestic policy, political economy, society, culture, and political thought. Founded and edited by Yuval Levin, it aims to help Americans think a little more clearly about our public life, and rise a little more capably to the challenge of self-government. Each National Affairs podcast features an interview with one or more of our authors. Daniel Wiser and Devorah Goldman, the assistant editors of National Affairs, host the conversations.

National Affairs is a quarterly journal of essays about domestic policy, political economy, society, culture, and political thought. Founded and edited by Yuval Levin, it aims to help Americans think a little more clearly about our public life, and rise a little more capably to the challenge of self-government. Each National Affairs podcast features an interview with one or more of our authors. Daniel Wiser and Devorah Goldman, the assistant editors of National Affairs, host the conversations.
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National Affairs is a quarterly journal of essays about domestic policy, political economy, society, culture, and political thought. Founded and edited by Yuval Levin, it aims to help Americans think a little more clearly about our public life, and rise a little more capably to the challenge of self-government. Each National Affairs podcast features an interview with one or more of our authors. Daniel Wiser and Devorah Goldman, the assistant editors of National Affairs, host the conversations.

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Adam J. White on Antonin Scalia

4/30/2019
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Adam J. White's essay in the Fall 2017 issue of National Affairs described the moral vision of the late Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia. In Adam's conversation with Dan Wiser and Devorah Goldman, he explains the enduring nature of that vision, and its potential to rejuvenate legal education. Scalia spent a lifetime teaching American lawyers through judicial opinions, articles, and lectures. He often spoke directly to the state of American legal education itself, and his concerns went...

Duration:01:00:18