Bipartisan agreement exists in affirming that our republican political system has decayed over the last two generations. But why has this decay happened and what can we do to stop it? Can we save our institutions or is saving them an impossible project?
Join IHE Media Fellow Ross Douthat (The New York Times) for a conversation about the causes of decline in our American republic and how our republican system of government might be rebuilt. Douthat asks Yuval Levin (Director of Social, Cultural, and Constitutional Studies at the American Enterprise Institute and senior editor of The New Atlantis) and Christopher Caldwell (Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute) for their reflections on and diagnoses of the causes of our republican government’s decline as well as what we need to do to save it.