Claremont Review of Books editor Charles R. Kesler recently say down with the Hoover Institution's Peter Robinson for a taping of "Uncommon Knowledge." In the interview, Kesler lays out the three waves of modern liberalism that comprise the "grand liberal project of the last century." He discusses how President Obama wants to accelerate each of these waves, and what conservatives can do to reverse the tide. The interview is in five parts.
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To view Part 5, click here.
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