Has social justice become unjust? Carol is joined by Noah Rothman, The associate editor of Commentary, a contributor to MSNBC/NBC News, and the author of Unjust: Social Justice and the Unmaking of America to talk about how the quest to make things better for some has only made things worse and what we can do about it.

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  1. Eugene Kriegsmann Member

    I finished Noah’s book last week. It is excellent as one would expect from him. I have also listened to a number of podcasts in which he has been interviewed about the book. Additionally, I have long been a fan of the Commnetary podcast, of which Noah is a vital part. So, all that said, I found nothing surprising in the book. It is well written, very thoroughly researched and compiled, and Noah’s conclusions are pretty much irrefutable.

    I have to say that I found myself comparing Noah to Ben Shapiro whose books I have also read. The similarities between these two very bright, very articulate young men are hard to miss. Noah, however, is my preference. Ben has chosen, to some extent, to go the theatrical route, more like Rush Limbaugh. Noah comes across and far more serious and careful. I take everything Noah says in all of his various discussions as well thought out and examined. Ben often speaks for the effect. I don’t think that Noah will reach as many people as Ben, but Noah’s book will have a far greater impact on those who read it than those that Ben has written.

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    • February 20, 2019, at 9:32 AM PST
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