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The Delusions of the Ideologue and the Wisdom of the Statesman: A Conversation with Greg Weiner

with Greg Weiner

Editor’s note: This podcast originally aired in May, 2019.

Greg Weiner, contributing editor to Law & Liberty, and Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Assumption College, returns to Liberty Law Talk to discuss his latest book, Old Whigs: Burke, Lincoln & the Politics of Prudence.

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on July 04, 2019 at 16:33:50 pm

Timely interview for this 4th of July, though definitely tinged with lamentation.

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on July 10, 2019 at 12:15:15 pm

[…] reading. For those looking for a good discussion of this topic, I’d recommend listening to this LibertyLawTalk podcast in which Weiner and Law and Liberty’s executive editor, Richard M. Reinsch, discuss the Old Whig […]

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Who’s an Old Whig? – Acton Institute PowerBlog
on November 21, 2019 at 06:02:12 am

[…] with emotion, even though his political thought was indeed marked by a conception of prudence, well-understood; his apprehensions over government interference in internal markets validated his suspicion of the […]

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Burke’s Political Economy Reconsidered

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