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Reasonable Disagreements

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Reasonable Disagreements

Reasonable Disagreements

Hoover Institution

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17
Plays
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Hoover fellows Richard Epstein and Adam White discuss major legal and policy issues and debate points of disagreement between their libertarian and conservative perspectives.

Latest Episodes

Poll Positions

Adam and Richard look to the weeks ahead, and to what the longer-term future might hold for the Republican and Democratic Parties.

55 min1 w ago
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Poll Positions

Truth and Justice

In their last pre-election episode, Richard and Adam discuss Judge Barrett’s Senate confirmation hearings; the Supreme Court’s next Obamacare case; and social media companies’ power over information itself.

43 minOCT 20
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Truth and Justice

An Appointment With History

Days after the sad news of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death, Richard Epstein offers some reflections upon the late justice.

46 minSEP 22
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An Appointment With History

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Proposals to give the Federal Reserve even broader powers; problems in the run-up to the presidential election; problems that might happen after votes are cast; and President Trump's call to defund "anarchic" cities.

35 minSEP 9
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What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Administrative States: From TikTok, to Law & Order, to Covid-19

From TikTok, to Law & Order, to Covid-19.

45 minAUG 25
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Administrative States: From TikTok, to Law & Order, to Covid-19

Constitutional Conflicts in DC and Beyond

Adam and Richard discuss Supreme Court rulings.

44 minJUL 23
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Constitutional Conflicts in DC and Beyond

Prosecutions and Precautions

Michael Flynn, Justin Amash, and Clarence Thomas

47 minMAY 20
Comments
Prosecutions and Precautions

Coronavirus and an Essay that Went Viral

The coronavirus outbreak, and the costs and benefits of the government’s response.

47 minAPR 3
Comments
Coronavirus and an Essay that Went Viral

Socially Distant: Richard and Adam disagree about COVID-19

Assessing the policy responses to COVID-19.

47 minMAR 24
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Socially Distant: Richard and Adam disagree about COVID-19

Coronavirus, the Constitution, and the CFPB

Government powers in emergencies and the Supreme Court’s recent oral arguments in Seila Law v. CFPB.

45 minMAR 11
Comments
Coronavirus, the Constitution, and the CFPB

Latest Episodes

Poll Positions

Adam and Richard look to the weeks ahead, and to what the longer-term future might hold for the Republican and Democratic Parties.

55 min1 w ago
Comments
Poll Positions

Truth and Justice

In their last pre-election episode, Richard and Adam discuss Judge Barrett’s Senate confirmation hearings; the Supreme Court’s next Obamacare case; and social media companies’ power over information itself.

43 minOCT 20
Comments
Truth and Justice

An Appointment With History

Days after the sad news of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death, Richard Epstein offers some reflections upon the late justice.

46 minSEP 22
Comments
An Appointment With History

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Proposals to give the Federal Reserve even broader powers; problems in the run-up to the presidential election; problems that might happen after votes are cast; and President Trump's call to defund "anarchic" cities.

35 minSEP 9
Comments
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Administrative States: From TikTok, to Law & Order, to Covid-19

From TikTok, to Law & Order, to Covid-19.

45 minAUG 25
Comments
Administrative States: From TikTok, to Law & Order, to Covid-19

Constitutional Conflicts in DC and Beyond

Adam and Richard discuss Supreme Court rulings.

44 minJUL 23
Comments
Constitutional Conflicts in DC and Beyond

Prosecutions and Precautions

Michael Flynn, Justin Amash, and Clarence Thomas

47 minMAY 20
Comments
Prosecutions and Precautions

Coronavirus and an Essay that Went Viral

The coronavirus outbreak, and the costs and benefits of the government’s response.

47 minAPR 3
Comments
Coronavirus and an Essay that Went Viral

Socially Distant: Richard and Adam disagree about COVID-19

Assessing the policy responses to COVID-19.

47 minMAR 24
Comments
Socially Distant: Richard and Adam disagree about COVID-19

Coronavirus, the Constitution, and the CFPB

Government powers in emergencies and the Supreme Court’s recent oral arguments in Seila Law v. CFPB.

45 minMAR 11
Comments
Coronavirus, the Constitution, and the CFPB
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