Modern American political philosophy encapsulates a diversity of opinion that can either spark division or foster dialogue. Charles Cooke lobbies for the latter.
On the Federalist Radio Hour, the National Review writer explains why he’s fallen in love with American liberty, and how he hopes Conservatives and Libertarians come together, right now, over his book.
The author of The Conservatarian Manifesto observes that if the two groups cannot unite, “they might as well give up.”
A devout atheist who believes in religious liberty, and an Englishman who wants to become an American, Cooke seems a paradox and is certain to intrigue. Listen to learn his views on civil rights, gun control, and freedom of conscience.
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