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    Rational optimism with Matt Ridley
    Matt Ridley, a former science and technology editor for The Economist, discusses, with Hoover fellow Peter Robinson, the evolutionary process of "ideas having sex," calling it the secret behind human progress.
    5 Videos = 33:38 - Hoover Institution TV / YouTube
    RED AND BLUE ALL OVER: The Political Divide in America
    During the past decade, neither the Democrats nor the Republicans have been able to capture a majority of the vote in national elections. In fact, the country hasn't been so evenly divided since the 1870s. Some say this is evidence of a culture war and a political divide that has split the country...
    26:49 - Hoover Institution TV / YouTube, Friday, September 12th, 2008
    Reinvented School Districts - Hill
    School districts will no longer manage all schools, hire all teachers, and assign students to schools. Instead, "portfolio school districts" will manage the mix of schools to meet the needs of all local students, hiring many different school providers, some from local providers-colleges, teacher g...
    5:40 - Hoover Institution TV / YouTube, Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010
    Rhetoric and Reality in the Education Stimulus Bill
    Interview with Paul E. Peterson
    4:30 - Hoover Institution TV / YouTube, Friday, January 30th, 2009
    RIAL POLITIK: Defusing the Iranian Nuclear Crisis
    Iran---the same country that took American diplomats hostage twenty-five years ago and whose leaders often refer to the United States as the "Great Satan"---may be on the verge of developing nuclear weapons. How worried should we be? What can the United States do, if anything, to defuse the threat...
    26:48 - Hoover Institution TV / YouTube, Wednesday, September 17th, 2008
    Richard Epstein and John Yoo -- Order in the Court
    Richard Epstein is a professor of law at the New York University law school, a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, and a senior lecturer at the University of Chicago law school. His latest book is The Case Against the Employee Free Choice Act. John Yoo is a professor at the University of Cali...
    38:23 - Hoover Institution TV / YouTube, Thursday, January 20th, 2011
    THE RIGHT NATION: The Conservative Ascendancy
    A half-century ago, the ideology of the American political establishment was liberal---the New Deal was still new and big government was getting bigger. Today, after a political revolution that began with Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan, it may be argued that conservativism has become the domina...
    26:48 - Hoover Institution TV / YouTube, Thursday, September 18th, 2008
    The Rise and Fall of Liberalism
    In Camelot and the Cultural Revolution, James Piereson asserts that, as the 1960s began, liberalism was the single most creative and vital force in American politics and that the Kennedy assassination caused a split within this movement between its more traditional supporters and cultural activist...
    29:57 - Hoover Institution TV / YouTube, Wednesday, September 24th, 2008
    ROBERT'S RULES OF ORDER: A Conversation with Robert Bork
    There are often said to be two competing schools for interpreting the meaning of the Constitution. On one side are those who believe that the meaning of the Constitution must evolve over time as society itself changes. On the other side are those who insist that the original intent of the framers ...
    26:30 - Hoover Institution TV / YouTube, Friday, October 10th, 2008
    ROCK MY WORLDVIEW: How to Win the War on Terror
    Do the neoconservatives know how to win the war on terror? Much has been made of the influence within the Bush administration of neoconservatives---those who tend to take a hard line in the war on terror and who favored the war in Iraq. Recently two men close to the Bush administration, Richard Pe...
    26:48 - Hoover Institution TV / YouTube, Friday, September 19th, 2008
    Ronald Reagan with Steyn and Long
    Mark Steyn and Rob Long discuss with Hoover fellow Peter Robinson the relevance today of what Ronald Reagan said about America in 1964.
    5 Videos = 38:17 - Hoover Institution TV / YouTube
    THE RULES OF THE GAME: Just War Doctrine
    Thou Shalt Not Kill---perhaps the most famous moral commandment in the western world. And yet Judeo-Christian religious leaders have also created a doctrine that can justify killing---commonly known as Just War Doctrine. What sort of military action does Just War Doctrine permit and what sort does...
    25:39 - Hoover Institution TV / YouTube, Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
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