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    After Words with Justin Gest

    Will the U.S. face a shift in its majority minority demographics? George Mason University professor Justin Gest looked at six countries that experienced changing demographics in the past and how…

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    The Nineties

    Chuck Klosterman looked back at the social, political, and technological happenings of the nineties, marked by the growth of the internet. This was a virtual program hosted by Powell’s…

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    Citizen Cash

    Historian Michael Stewart Foley argued that Johnny Cash was the most important political artist of his time. The author relayed that the musician didn’t fit into one political party and instead…

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    After Words with Kelly Weill

    Daily Beast journalist Kelly Weill reported on the rise of the Flat Earth movement and other conspiracy theories disseminated through online platforms. She was interviewed by Reason Magazine…

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    System Error

    Stanford University’s Rob Reich, director of the Center for Ethics in Society, engineering professor Mehran Sahami, and political science professor Jeremy Weinstein discussed how big bech’s…

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    Americanon

    Jess McHugh looked at American history through the lens of bestselling books from different eras, including Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography, Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and…

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    White Negroes

    Lauren Jackson, assistant professor of English at Northwestern University and author of White Negroes, talked about cultural appropriation and its costs. This event was part of the Printers…

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    Hope, Interrupted - America Lost and Found Through Letters

    Journalist Byron McCauley and communications strategist Jennifer Mooney reflected on the events of 2020 and what it means to be an American. This virtual program was hosted by the SOMOS…

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    The Cult of We

    Wall Street Journal reporters Eliot Brown and Maureen Farrell gave an in-depth look at the rise and fall of shared workspace company WeWork and profiled its founder Adam Neumann. This virtual…

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    Nine Nasty Words

    Columbia University Professor John McWhorter examined how profanity has evolved over time. This virtual event was hosted by the Providence Athenaeum in Providence, Rhode Island.

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    Solzhenitsyn and American Culture

    Jessica Wilson, scholar in residence at the University of Dallas, talked about the late Russian novelist Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and his use of art to combat propaganda. This virtual event…

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    Now What?

    Wellstone Books publisher Steve Kettmann and contributors Cynthia Tucker and Anthony Scaramucci shared their thoughts about the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election and the direction…

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    Uprooted

    Journalist Grace Olmstead talked about the consequences of the abandonment of farm towns in the United States, and her own decision to leave the farm town she grew up in. This virtual event…

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    Boomers

    American Conservative senior editor Helen Andrews looked at six Baby Boomers and their impact on society. This virtual program was sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute in…

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    Generosity Unbound

    Calire Gaudiani looks at the history of philanthropy in the U.S. and argues that Americans would benefit more if there was less government regulation of private foundations. She discussed…

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    The Trial of Lizzie Borden

    Legal scholar Cara Robertson examined the murder trial of Lizzie Borden in 1893. The case received international attention as Ms. Borden was tried for the murder of her father and…

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    Dress Codes

    Stanford University law Professor Richard Thompson Ford looked at how dress codes have been used to maintain social and political hierarchies throughout history. This was a virtual event…

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    We're Not Here to Entertain

    Ohio University American history professor Kevin Mattson looked at the Reagan administration through the critical lens of the punk rock movement of the 1980s. This was a virtual event…

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    America's Founders and Greek and Roman Philosophy

    Authors Thomas Ricks (First Principles), Carl Richard (The Founders and the Classics), and Caroline Winterer (The Culture of Classicism), discussed the impact that Greek and Roman philosophers…

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    Why Culture Matters Most

    Economics Professor David Rose argued that moral beliefs and culture are essential to a thriving civil society. This virtual program was hosted by the Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C.

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