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What can future leaders learn from today’s most prominent scholars and commentators? In fast paced interviews with scholars and intellectuals, the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership (SCETL) at Arizona State University seeks answers to key questions about the future of American life. Hosted and produced by SCETL Lecturer and award-winning journalist B. Duncan Moench, PhD.

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What can future leaders learn from today’s most prominent scholars and commentators? In fast paced interviews with scholars and intellectuals, the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership (SCETL) at Arizona State University seeks answers to key questions about the future of American life. Hosted and produced by SCETL Lecturer and award-winning journalist B. Duncan Moench, PhD.

    S2:E6: Yascha Mounk | What good might come from populism’s rise? A tense conversation

    S2:E6: Yascha Mounk | What good might come from populism’s rise? A tense conversation

    Two scholars of political thought with highly contrasting perspectives (and totally different backgrounds) explore what promise the rise of populism may - or may not - hold. Dr. Moench and Prof. Mounk do their best to disagree amicably on the meaning of populism and the political future.
    (Please note: this interview was recorded on February 28, 2020)

    • 1 ч. 14 мин.
    S2:E5: Tomás Jiménez | "Build a Wall to Mexico" - Wait, Why? Mexicans Aren't Even Coming Anymore

    S2:E5: Tomás Jiménez | "Build a Wall to Mexico" - Wait, Why? Mexicans Aren't Even Coming Anymore

    Has Mexican American immigration been substantively different from German or Irish immigration to the United States — or, is it merely newer? Dr. B. Duncan Moench speaks with Tomás Jiménez to discuss the overlooked similarities —and unseen differences—between Mexican American immigration and its closest historical counterparts. 

    • 1 ч. 8 мин.
    S2:E4: Reihan Salam | The Trade-offs to Mass Immigration

    S2:E4: Reihan Salam | The Trade-offs to Mass Immigration

    The Manhattan Institute's Reihan Salam joins Duncan Moench to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of mass immigration. When low-skill workers call for less immigration do they have genuine concerns regarding competition for jobs and benefits - or, are their views always driven by racism?

    • 57 мин.
    S2:E3: Ramesh Ponnuru | What would a second Trump presidency mean?

    S2:E3: Ramesh Ponnuru | What would a second Trump presidency mean?

    National Review Senior Editor Ramesh Ponnuru joins Duncan Moench to discuss whether the US is in the midst of a "Cold Civil War." Are Bernie's supporters really clear on what they mean by "socialism" — does it matter? Why does no one seem particularly concerned about the specifics of how new immigrants are assimilating? With right-to-life support holding steady (or going up) would overturning Roe v. Wade help, or destroy, the GOP politically?

    • 52 мин.
    S2:E2: David Leonhardt | Is Warren "Hillary 2.0"? Are concerns over plastic straws virtue signaling at its worst?

    S2:E2: David Leonhardt | Is Warren "Hillary 2.0"? Are concerns over plastic straws virtue signaling at its worst?

    New York Times writer David Leonhardt joins Duncan Moench to debate how best to conceptualize climate change, why the center-left media doesn’t cover Antifa violence, and whether Joe Biden (or Elizabeth Warren) are "Hillary 2.0." Don't forget to rate us and tell your friends and colleagues about the show!

    • 36 мин.
    S2:E1: Harvey Mansfield - the Ivy League's Last Conservative - on Cancel Culture

    S2:E1: Harvey Mansfield - the Ivy League's Last Conservative - on Cancel Culture

    Harvey Mansfield, Harvard University professor and political philosophy scholar, joins Duncan Moench to discuss being the last (explicitly) conservative professor teaching at an Ivy League university, and how cancel culture reflects serious problems with contemporary liberalism. This discussion includes his dis-invitation from Concordia University’s commencement address and whether dogmatic social justice advocates are really just confused Machiavellians.

    • 51 мин.

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