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A Podcast from Liberty Fund's Library of Law & Liberty
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A Podcast from Liberty Fund's Library of Law & Liberty

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English


Episodes

The John Marshall Legacy: A Conversation with Richard Brookhiser

11/15/2018
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Richard Brookhiser discusses the life and jurisprudence of John Marshall.

Duration:00:52:06

Andrew Jackson in Context: A Conversation with Bradley Birzer

11/2/2018
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Once considered one of our most consequential presidents, Andrew Jackson's reputation has now fallen on hard times.

Duration:00:50:06

Hamilton, Madison, and American Oligarchy: A Conversation with Jay Cost

10/17/2018
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Jay Cost, author of The Price of Greatness, discusses the political and economic debates between Hamilton and Madison.

Duration:00:54:26

Knowledge, Risk, and the Surprised Banker: A Conversation with Alex Pollock

10/3/2018
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Alex Pollock discusses the philosophy of finance and why the quant guys keep getting it wrong.

Duration:00:49:55

Getting Right with Nationalism: A Conversation with Yoram Hazony

9/18/2018
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Yoram Hazony discusses why nationalism produces a politics of freedom, prosperity, and peace.

Duration:00:48:51

The Peronist Pope Francis: A Conversation with Daniel Mahoney

9/4/2018
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Daniel Mahoney discusses Pope Francis's approach to the papacy and world politics.

Duration:00:49:24

Liberalism as Armed Doctrine: A Conversation with Philip Hamburger

8/15/2018
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Philip Hamburger joins us to discuss his new book Liberal Suppression

Duration:00:48:28

How Prosperity Is Improving the World of Work: A Conversation with John Tamny

8/3/2018
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John Tamny on the positive evolution of work under economic growth.

Duration:00:48:30

Is Relativism the Best Constitutional Defense of Free Speech? A Conversation with Hadley Arkes

7/16/2018
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Hadley Arkes discusses the rights and duties of freedom of speech.

Duration:00:55:18

Galileo’s Trial: A Conversation with Dom Paschal Scotti

7/5/2018
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Dom Paschal Scotti discusses the facts, personalities, and ideas of the Galileo case.

Duration:00:51:19

The Administrative State under Trump: A Conversation with Adam White

6/14/2018
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Adam White discusses President Trump's attempt to rein in regulatory state power.

Duration:00:46:32

The Rivalry and Friendship of Jefferson and Adams: A Conversation with Gordon Wood

6/4/2018
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Gordon Wood discusses his book Friends Divided: John Adams and Thomas Jefferson

Duration:00:51:32

Freedom and American Higher Education: A Conversation with Keith Whittington

5/1/2018
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Keith Whittington makes the case for academic freedom.

Duration:00:49:14

The Solid Ground of Mere Civility: A Conversation with Teresa Bejan

4/17/2018
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Teresa Bejan discusses with us how early modern debates over religious toleration are an example of how we can disagree well.

Duration:00:46:50

Leading a Worthy Life in a Scattered Time: A Conversation with Leon Kass

4/2/2018
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Leon Kass discusses Leading a Worthy Life.

Duration:00:58:27

Eric Voegelin Studies: A Conversation with Charles Embry

3/19/2018
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What did "Don't immanentize the eschaton!" really mean? An intro podcast on the formidable mind of Eric Voegelin.

Duration:00:44:52

Republican Virtue, Interrupted: A Conversation with Frank Buckley

3/2/2018
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The real conflict in our politics centers on reforming massive levels of public corruption.

Duration:00:45:15

Did Liberalism Fail? A Conversation with Patrick Deneen

2/14/2018
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Patrick Deneen argues that “Liberalism has failed—not because it fell short—but because it was true to itself.”

Duration:00:50:04

Presidential Rhetoric and the Challenge to American Constitutionalism: A Conversation with Jeffrey Tulis

2/1/2018
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Have changes in the style and manner of presidential rhetoric in the 20th century served us well?

Duration:00:46:15