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1995: The Year in Ideas
Aired 12/28/1995

On this episode of Think Tank, renowned scholars analyze what some sources have deemed the consequential ideas of 1995. Discussion includes references to the ideas of shame, the anxious class, devolution, and the new thinking of race.
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  Robert Bork
    Senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, former U.S. Solicitor General, and the author of Coercing Virtue: The Worldwide Rule of Judges.
  Yvonne Scruggs
    director of the Urban Policy Institute at the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
  James Pinkerton
    author of What Comes First? The End of Big Government and the New Paradigm Ahead
  Jodie Allen
    editor of the Washington Post’s “Outlook” section

Originally Aired: 12/28/1995

   
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