TOPICS: Electric vehicles and the electrical grid, THE STATE OF BLACK AMERICA, the decline of Realism, & a Hillsdale alumnus working in journalism.

Host Scot Bertram talks with Robert Norton, Vice President and General Counsel of Hillsdale College and a former top-level legal executive of automakers, about the effect a mass adoption of electric vehicles could have on the grid and shortcomings of EVs in winter conditions. William B. Allen, resident scholar and former chief operating officer of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, discusses a new book he edited, THE STATE OF BLACK AMERICA: PROGRESS, PITFALLS, AND THE PROMISE OF THE REPUBLIC. Lorraine Murphy, Associate Professor of English at Hillsdale, returns for a final entry in her series on literary Realism. And Hillsdale grad Greg Corombos ’97 discusses his work at Radio America and the “Three Martini Lunch” podcast and what lessons from college stay with him to this day.

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