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TOPICS: Separation of powers, NO WAY TO TREAT A CHILD, the history of the book, and Justice Clarence Thomas’ 30 years at the Supreme Court.
Host Scot Bertram talks with Kevin Portteus, Professor of Politics & Director of American Studies at Hillsdale, about the design of the separation of powers in the federal government. Naomi Schaefer Riley, Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and at the Independent Women’s Forum, joins us to discuss her new book, NO WAY TO TREAT A CHILD: HOW THE FOSTER CARE SYSTEM, FAMILY COURTS, AND RACIAL ACTIVISTS ARE WRECKING YOUNG LIVES. Mark Maier, Lecturer in English at Hillsdale, tells us the history of the book. And to mark 30 years of Justice Clarence Thomas at the Supreme Court, we chat with Myron Magnet about his book CLARENCE THOMAS AND THE LOST CONSTITUTION.
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