Guests: Wilfred McClay, Glenn Ellmers, & Dutton Kearney

Host Scot Bertram talks with Wilfred McClay, the Victor Davis Hanson chair in Classical History and Western Civilization at Hillsdale College, about America’s rapid changes during the 1920s and his book Land of Hope: An Invitation to the Great American Story. Glenn Ellmers, Salvatori Research Fellow at the Claremont Institute, describes the life and work of Charles R. Kesler and a collection of essays he co-edited on the subject titled Leisure With Dignity: Essays in Celebration of Charles R. Kesler. And Dutton Kearney, associate professor of English at Hillsdale College, continues a series on the work of James Joyce. On this episode, Kearney discusses Joyce’s short story collection Dubliners.

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