They’re Young, They’re Bright, They Tilt to the Right

Earlier this fall, as part of its “New New York Intellectuals” series at Eugene Lang College, n+1 hosted a discussion with young conservative writers Ross Douthat and Reihan Salaam. Listen now from your safe, undisclosed location as n+1 tries to find out who’s right, who’s Right, and why!

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