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The San Francisco Compromise: A Conversation with Michael Anton

with Michael Anton

This conversation with Michael Anton explores how the gargantuan wealth of Silicon Valley allied with San Francisco Progressivism and is now redefining American culture and politics. But how durable is the alliance?

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on July 19, 2016 at 15:14:15 pm

I really enjoyed the podcast. I hate to say that I have converted to them fully now but I'd MUCH rather listen to these than read these days. Anyway, grateful that you guys are putting them out there, I'm enjoying them!

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Larry Johnston
on January 13, 2017 at 16:31:32 pm

Great podcast! Keep up the good work

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Sam D
on October 01, 2018 at 06:13:13 am

[…] indifferent to the country whose passport they use for travel. (This point is also made by Michael Anton in his Law and Liberty podcast from 2016.) […]

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American Power in a Medieval World
on March 05, 2019 at 10:32:30 am

[…] Silicon Valley elites, in particular, see themselves as having few concrete obligations to America. As others have noted, they seem to lack any notion of patriotism. Their philanthropy differs remarkably from our old […]

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State-Based Conservatism­­­­­­­­: A Response to Daniel McCarthy’s “New Conservative Agenda”

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