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Join AEI as Beatrice Beebe presents her pioneering research on mother-infant interactions, followed by a discussion with AEI’s Katharine B. Stevens.

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Join AEI for a discussion of Alex Pollock’s new book, “Finance and Philosophy: Why We’re Always Surprised” (Paul Dry Books, 2018), in which Mr. Pollock provides a concise and witty account of how bankers and financial regulators think.

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Health care doctor

Join AEI as leaders from several prominent health enterprises share their experiences and ideas on how to reform health care to promote higher value and better care.

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Join AEI for a discussion of Peter Wallison’s new book, “Judicial Fortitude: The Last Chance to Rein in the Administrative State” (Encounter Books, 2018).

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The GOP’s turn away from reducing future entitlement spending is bad for conservatism, which has prided itself on promoting the common good and possessing a serious governing vision based on objective reality and prudent judgment.

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In this hard-hitting analysis, Timothy P. Carney identifies the true factor behind the decline of the American dream: It is not purely the result of economics, as the left claims, but the collapse of the institutions that made us successful, including marriage, church, and civic life.

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The road to a majority in the House is there, but the size of any majority will depend on carrying a number of districts like VA-2, where the Democratic challenger currently trails.

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It took many municipalities years to recover from these types of shocks. Let us hope that this time is different.

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Is nationalism good? Are nations better than empires? Is John Locke bad? In conversation with Yoram Hazony, author of “The Virtue of Nationalism,” Jonah attempts to answer these and other questions on the latest Remnant.

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History continues to remind us that there are no forever companies, at least no companies that are forever dominant even if they hang around for a long while.

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The US government simply cannot afford to sit the next two (or six) years out without bidding farewell to any remnants of its influence in the region.

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free inquiry on campus

While considerable focus has been placed in recent decades on the impact of the ideological bent of college professors, when it comes to collegiate life — living in dorms, participating in extracurricular organizations — the ever growing ranks of administrators have the biggest influence on students and campus life across the country.

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Horribly, and ironically, the Khashoggi killing could provide MBS the opportunity to complete the transformation of Saudi Arabia into a “real” and modern country — if he is kingly enough to take it.

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Journalist Jamal Khashoggi never left the Saudi Consulate in Turkey after entering to prepare for his wedding. Experts discuss the tension the case has prompted between the US and Saudi governments.

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