Yuval Levin is the founding editor of National Affairs and Hertog Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington, DC. He has been awarded a 2013 Bradley Prize for distinguished contributions in the fields of scholarship, journalism, and public service.
As the Jewish people begins to celebrate Passover, a political philosopher asks how Exodus can clear up the ways that the left and right misunderstand what it takes to be free.
The editor of National Affairs joins us to talk about the changing majority culture in America, and what anxieties that culture provokes in the minority.
The author of A Time to Build joins us to talk about why institutions matter and what communities of faith can do to contribute to American renewal.
The intellectual and editor of National Affairs joins us to discuss Himmelfarb and the moral and political virtues she deemed necessary for a healthy democratic society.
Bolstering the case for a Jewish conservatism is Jewish anti-utopianism.
Moshe Koppel argues brilliantly for the separation of religion and state in Israel. But he makes one mistake: religion is not just one choice among many.