2020-10-31T22:05:00-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/90c/20201031220852002_hd.jpgThe Wall Street Journal's Gerald Seib discussed how the conservative movement has evolved since the Reagan era. He was interviewed by Washington Post columnist Karen Tumulty.
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- Gerald "Jerry" F. Seib Executive Editor Wall Street Journal->Washington, DC
Karen Tumulty National Correspondent Washington Post->Politics
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