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The World According to Tyler Cowen

The polymath economist defends capitalism, liberalism, dating apps, and immigration—and explains how China is making movies sexless.

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The Future of Global Prosperity, with Branko Milanovic

In the conflict between capitalism and communism, capitalism won. But its triumph didn’t herald the end of history—just the next phase of it.

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Our Favorite Books of 2019

What do a memoir about fatherhood, a dive into the theological roots of liberalism, a reflection on the travails of the EU, and a Baltimore murder mystery all have in common? Each is one of our favorite books of 2019.

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Finding Putin’s Pressure Points

Vladimir Milov, one of Russia’s top opposition activists, discusses how local grievances are fueling discontent across Russia’s regions—and why today’s protests are so different from those of the recent past.

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Hitler vs. Anglo-America

In Hitler: A Global Biography, Brendan Simms makes a novel reinterpretation of the dictator’s motives, arguing that he was obsessed with the threat of Anglo-American capitalism.

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God’s Spies: Church, State, and Spycraft in East Germany

In her new book, Elisabeth Braw unpacks the Stasi’s Cold War espionage campaign inside the Lutheran Church—and reveals the long shadow it still casts in Germany today.

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Conservative Nationalism and the Roots of Trump’s Foreign Policy

Damir Marusic talks with Colin Dueck about Age of Iron, his new book that grapples with the historical roots of Trump’s foreign policy.

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A History of Whistleblowing with Allison Stanger

As the Ukraine whistleblower scandal envelops the White House, Allison Stanger discusses her timely new book Whistleblowers: Honesty in America from Washington to Trump.

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Conservative Sense and Sensibility with George F. Will

Can a revolution be conservative? Can populism? And what distinguishes British from American conservatism? Washington Post columnist George F. Will joins Richard Aldous to discuss.

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Did the Sexual Revolution Create Identity Politics?

In her new book Primal Screams, Mary Eberstadt argues that it did—and invites feedback from Mark Lilla, Rod Dreher, and Peter Thiel.

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