From the party of Ronald Reagan to Donald Trump, the Republican Party is changing, but what caused these changes and where is American conservatism headed? This episode, we dive into these and other questions about the changing face of Republicans, the GOP, and American conservatism.
This episode features Yuval Levin, Editor of National Affairs magazine and a leading conservative thinker in the US. Mr. Levin served on the White House domestic policy staff under President George W. Bush. We also feature Alex Sundstrom, member of the organisation Republicans Overseas UK.
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- The Fractured American Republic and the Possibilities for Political Renewal – Yuval Levin speaking to the LSE US Centre as part of the 2017 LSE Literary Festival, 21 February 2017
- Expatriate Americans are the most important voting bloc you’ve never heard of – 24 March 2017, LSE USAPP Blog
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