Victor Davis Hanson Diagnoses the Dying Citizen on Uncommon Knowledge

Dr. Hanson joins Peter Robinson in this interview which covers a wide spectrum of topics and references, including the Acts of the Apostles, immigration, Jim Crow laws, primary tribal identities, the suburban everyman, the shrinking middle class, and JFK’s “Ich bin ein Berliner” speech.

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  2. The crisis is not in business, the crisis is in the head. Even Putin recognized the economic crisis, although he did not recognize it before, so there is something to think about

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