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Sunday, 7
June 2020
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Ross Douthat: BLM protests and the Decadent Society

The New York Times columnist talks to Freddie Sayers about the protests, Trump and the politics of Covid-19
by UnHerd

Freddie Sayers talks to New York Times columnist Ross Douthat about his new book The Decadent Society, the religious aspect of antiracism protests, Obama and Trump, and whether lockdowns are a symptom of — or cure for — the decadent West.

Hold on to your hats, we hit some big topics in this half hour! Hope you enjoy.


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mccaffc
mccaffc
2 years ago

There was something decidedly odd and undemocratic early in the interview. Street activity (protest) was polarised against and favoured over on-line activity without any thought for or even mention of politics as discourse.

Martin Byrne
Martin Byrne
2 years ago

Goodness me, my first visit to the site, and an interview that is adult, grown up and informative. I feel lifted, thank you

Michael McVeigh
Michael McVeigh
2 years ago

Decadence = Top of the Food Chain = The only place to be.

Adrian
Adrian
2 years ago

Atlas shrugged…