In this episode, Joseph Pearce joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his book “The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful: A History in Three Dimensions.”

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In this episode, Robert Cwiklik joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his book “Sheridan’s Secret Mission: How the South Won the War After the Civil War.”

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In this episode, Sabin Howard joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new work, the World War I Memorial in Washington D.C.

In this episode, Sohrab Ahmari joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent Compact article “Alvin Bragg’s Anti-Democracy Verdict.”

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In this episode, Stephen Blackwood joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss Ralston College.

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In this episode, Andre Archie joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book “The Virtue of Color-Blindness.”

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In this episode, Batya Ungar-Sargon joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss her new book “Second Class: How the Elites Betrayed America’s Working Men and Women.”

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In this episode, David Diener joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss Hillsdale College’s classical education program.

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In this episode, Gabriel Noah Brahm joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss the Telos-Paul Piccone Institute’s Israel Initiative and the Israeli perspective on the campus unrest in the United States.

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In this episode, Christopher Hall joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his organization Always Learning Education and his book “Common Arts Education: Renewing the Classical Tradition of Training the Hands, Head, and Heart.”

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In this episode, Jenna Silber Storey joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss the new American Enterprise Institute report, “Civic Thought: A Proposal for University-Level Civic Education​​.”

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In this episode, John Mark Reynolds joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss the Saint Constantine School and Orthodox Christian education in the United States.

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In this episode, Ephraim Radner joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book, “Mortal Goods: Reimagining Christian Political Duty.”

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In this episode, J. Mark Ramseyer joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his co-written new book, “The Comfort Women Hoax: A Fake Memoir, North Korean Spies, and Hit Squads in the Academic Swamp.”

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In this episode, Carson Holloway joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book, “Film and Faith: Modern Cinema and the Struggle to Believe.”

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In this episode, Lucas Miles joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book, “Woke Jesus: The False Messiah Destroying Christianity.”

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In this episode, Scott Walter joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book, “Arabella: The Dark Money Network of Leftist Billionaires Secretly Transforming America.”

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In this episode, RJ Snell joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book, “Lost in the Chaos: Immanence, Despair, Hope.”

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In this episode, Adam Blai joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book “The Exorcism Files: True Stories of Demonic Possession.”

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Editor R. R. Reno is joined by Gladden Pappin to discuss the state of Hungary in the world.

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