Is Communitarian Conservatism Relevant in an Age of “Social Distancing” and Political Polarization?
In a time of pandemic and social upheaval the consideration of a communitarian conservatism seems like a quaint notion. But does this era—with its “social distancing” and national debates on American identity—actually demand a renewed appreciation of this humanistic approach to our public policy and politics? Join two of today’s leading thinkers and cultural critics as we begin this interactive webinar series by defining what is meant by the phrase “communitarian conservatism” and then discuss how it may be uniquely relevant for our distinctly polarized time in American policy and politics.
This is part of a webinar series with the American Project at Pepperdine University’s School of Public Policy. Tony Mills, our Director of Science Policy, is a senior fellow at the policy school and an advisor to the Project.
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