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The Burkean Style of Daniel Patrick Moynihan: A Conversation with Greg Weiner

with Greg Weiner

Frequent contributor Greg Weiner speaks with Richard Reinsch about his latest book, American Burke: The Uncommon Liberalism of Daniel Patrick Moynihan, arguing that Moynihan’s liberalism combined a “stubborn optimism” in what government could and should do with a profound sense of limitations on “how it should attempt to do it.”

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