R.R. Reno is editor of First Things.
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As First Things launches our spring fundraising campaign, I invite you to man the ramparts with us. Please join us in speaking that first word, the one that will shape the future. Continue Reading »
Russell A. Berman joins the podcast to talk about his article from the June/July 2022 print edition, “State of Emergency,” which discusses the natural fragility of democracy and the threat that government emergency powers can pose. Continue Reading »
Christopher Caldwell joins the podcast to discuss his extensive review of Garrett M. Graff's recent book, Watergate: A New History and the transformations within American politics during the Nixon era. Continue Reading »
Michael Lewis join the podcast to discuss the late Christopher Alexander's work of attuning architecture to practical human needs. Continue Reading »
Michael Doran joins the podcast to talk about the tangled history of liberal internationalism and theological modernism. Continue Reading »
In my every encounter with Midge, her manner, so full of vitality and maternal warmth, urged me to choose life. May her memory be a blessing for others, as it already is for me. Continue Reading »
The progressive imagination envisions a limitless future. Karl Marx thought that modern industrial production marked a new epoch in human history. Amid explosive growth during the industrial revolution, he thought we were on the cusp of material abundance. Marx argued that if we rejected the . . . . Continue Reading »
Justin Lee joins the podcast to discuss his upbringing in the evangelical world and what evangelicals today can learn from fundamentalism. Continue Reading »
A leak of this magnitude is an effort to subvert the Court’s procedure and norms, and a far greater threat to republican governance than anything carried out by the Trump administration. Continue Reading »
Ronald Dworkin joins the podcast to talk about how SSRIs, cognitive therapy, and virtual reality have transformed our lives and our politics.
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