Liberal Fascism

The EPPC-Hudson Panel

It went very well, though I fear it was too weedy (I accept the bulk of the blame there). Good turnout.  The biggest problem is that it went too long so we didn’t have time for Q&A or more crosstalk. Michael Ledeen was very generous and interesting, Fred Siegel was respectful in his criticism — and vastly more impressive and substantial than I thought his review reflected — and Ronald Radosh was incredibly generous with his praise of the book and deeply  informed in his comments. I’ll have more comments tomorrow — and I think they’ll have a video tape and/or podcast on the web — but for now I just want to thank moderator Yuval Levin and the good folks at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and the Hudson Institute for the opportunity. 


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