MIR Meets: Nate Hochman

Host Blaise Brosnan sits down with Nate Hochman, an ISI fellow at National Review. They discuss the New Right’s presence as an emergent cultural phenomenon, its distinct differences from paleo conservatism, and the movement’s attempts to use state power in favour of their goals.

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“Conservatives on Freedom of Speech,” by Matthew McManus

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