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Social Policy with Karl Zinsmeister
Karl Zinsmeister, newly appointed domestic policy advisor to President George W. Bush, sat down with host Ben Wattenberg in April for a candid and exclusive interview about issues affecting Americans every day -- sexual morals, abortion, the future of Social Security, welfare reform, education, and more. As editor of the American Enterprise Magazine, Zinsmeister has had a visible role as a social critic and conservative thinker. At the heart of this interview is the question of what government’s responsibility should be in shaping the choices individuals make in American society.
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Domestic Policy Advisor to President George W. Bush, editor-in-chief of The American Enterprise magazine and author of "Dawn over Baghdad: How the U.S. Military Is Using Bullets and Ballots to Remake Iraq."
Originally Aired: 6/15/2006
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