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New Ideas, New Consequences
Aired 1/17/2002

Intellectuals, pundits and other members of the chattering class share one view in common: Ideas have consequences. But since the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, Liberals and Conservatives have been reexamining some cherished and bedrock notions. Labels now seem useless in explaining the political play book. A potent cultural shift is underway. New ideas are aborning. We will live with the consequences, for good or for ill.
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  Andrew Sullivan
    senior editor of The New Republic and host of www.andrewsullivan.com
  Juan Williams
    senior correspondent for National Public Radio and author of "Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary"
  David Brooks
    senior editor at The Weekly Standard and author of "Bobos In Paradise: The New Upper Class and How They Got There"

Originally Aired: 12/20/2001

   
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