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Published on: July 19, 2016
Episode 127: Nationalism, Globalism, and the State of SCOTUS

Good evening, listeners! We have an excellent episode for you this week, as host Richard Aldous speaks with Jonathan Haidt about the tension between nationalism and globalism before discussing Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the Supreme Court with Jason Willick.

First, Jonathan Haidt, a social psychologist and professor in the Business and Society Program at New York University—Stern School of Business, discusses the rise in populism around the world, framing it as a clash between globalism and nationalism. He makes the point that moral psychology can be used to describe and even defuse the tensions between those clashing ideas.

Then, TAI staff writer Jason Willick returns to the program to talk about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s recent comments about Donald Trump, the backlash against them, and what this whole episode means for the illusion of the non-partisan justice.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes where you can also leave a review, and follow Jonathan Haidt @JonHaidt, Jason Willick @jawillick, and Richard Aldous @RJAldous on Twitter.

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