Wide Angle Lunches - Barton Swaim - "Why Red States is Red"
Wide Angle Lunches Series VII
"Why Red States is Red"
Many 20th-century cultural critics, especially those influenced by Marx, argued that market economies undermine and erode the values of traditional cultures. There is certainly truth in that. So why, then, is America's most traditional culture the South so sympathetic to free market policies?
Barton Swaim is a columnist and book reviewer for the lt;igt;Wall Street Journallt;/igt;, and writes frequently for lt;igt;The Weekly Standardlt;/igt;,… Show more
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