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Did Liberalism Fail? A Conversation with Patrick Deneen

with Patrick Deneen

The prophet of post-liberalism, Patrick Deneen, returns to LibertyLawTalk to discuss his latest book, Why Liberalism Failed.

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on February 14, 2018 at 15:16:44 pm

Just hear to remind people that liberalism means not taking a person's race into account, and progressivism means racial quotas and racially-gerrmandered voting districts. Mutually exclusive.

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Judge Thomas Soul
on March 21, 2018 at 20:06:55 pm

Judge Thomas Soul Why you are putting race into this?
why people puts RACE just to prove something should not be done or is something bad. For your information Liberalism is not the same as you political party, liberalism is a philosophy.

Liberalism is just to let people do anything they want limiting the state, Liberalism is a failure because poor and ignorants are always the looser; Government also doest have any control, see USA: a hardvard study shows that in almost 100% of the cases when corporate interests bumps with people interests congress makes corporates always win.

Progressivism is to put Science, technology and education first in a state,

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Alex
on February 07, 2019 at 06:01:54 am

[…] Carlson quotes in his book), the traditionalist author of Why Liberalism Failed (2018), provoked an extended dialogue concerning whether our post-Enlightenment institutions are succeeding in their mission—and what, […]

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Escaping Our Ship of Fools
on November 21, 2019 at 06:02:36 am

[…] a heightened level of sympathy toward market exchange that contemporary conservatives such as Patrick Deneen, Patrick Buchanan, R.R. Reno, and Claes Ryn do not, and defended middlemen with a vigor that is […]

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