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Edward Luce ─ The Retreat of Western Liberalism (moderated by Mark Blyth)

Edward Luce ─ The Retreat of Western Liberalism (moderated by Mark Blyth)

So good evening. Good evening and welcome to tonight’s conversation on the retreat of Western liberalism with Ed Luce, the chief US columnist for The Financial Times and Mark Blyth, the Eastman Professor of Political Economy here at Brown. I’m Susan Moffitt, the Director of the Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy here at the Watson Institute. I’m just delighted to see all of you here today. Welcome, welcome all. So I invited Ed to join us tonight because…

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Liberalism Under Siege: Mark Blyth, Margaret Weir with Ed Steinfeld

Liberalism Under Siege: Mark Blyth, Margaret Weir with Ed Steinfeld

[MUSIC PLAYING] Ever since the Brexit vote and the Trump vote, all kinds of people, all kinds of scholars, have been talking about the demise of liberalism. It’s not exactly a new topic. People have been talking about the demise of the traditional liberal order for years now. And so what I am curious to find out from you all is, what is the traditional liberal order? What’s meant by that? That’s a really great question. I’ll tell you it…

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Rick Perlstein – Jimmy Carter and the Origins of the Democratic Party Cult of Austerity

Rick Perlstein – Jimmy Carter and the Origins of the Democratic Party Cult of Austerity

[MUSIC PLAYING] Well hello, and welcome everybody to another of our Rhodes events. Trying to pack in as many as possible before they dismantle this building and shuttle it across the road into new digs. And when you’re putting together a list at short notice, because I was only appointed in July, you have to say, OK, how do you have some impact events that people might actually want to — You’re trying to signal to the community not just…

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Michael Zakim – Accounting for Capitalism. The World the Clerk Made

Michael Zakim – Accounting for Capitalism. The World the Clerk Made

Good afternoon, everyone. It’s nice to see that Corey is a wonderful motivator. Lovely to see you all here. This is the first talk of the new semester for the Rhodes Center. It’s a pleasure to welcome Michael Zakim of Tel Aviv University here to talk about his new project, accounting for capitalism. The world the clerk made. I’m just going to say a couple of words not about this because Seth is going to do the introduction for Michael…

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