Ben Klutsey and Roger Berkowitz talk about reimagining pluralism in politics, the importance of the humanities and how to foster productive political discourse. Read the transcript at Discourse.Read More »
Articles by Benjamin Klutsey
Ben Klutsey talks to Alan Charles Kors about the history of liberalism and the purpose of education. Read the transcript at Discourse.Read More »
Ben Klutsey speaks with Emily Chamlee-Wright about individualism, tolerance and pluralism. Read the transcript at Discourse.Read More »
Ben Klutsey talks with Danielle Allen about pluralism, equality and committing to democratic processes. Read the transcript on Discourse.Read More »
Ben Klutsey and Robert Talisse discuss polarization, political saturation and the differences between Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts. Read the transcript at Discourse.Read More »
In this fourth installment of a series on liberalism, Benjamin Klutsey, the director of academic outreach at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, talks with Richard Ebeling about influential liberal economists, the natural rights tradition, and the morality of markets. Ebeling is the BB&T Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel. He is one of the leading members of the Austrian school of economics and has written several books, including Austrian Economics and Public Policy: Restoring Freedom and Prosperity, Monetary Central Planning and the State, and Austrian Economics and the Political Economy of Freedom.
KLUTSEY: We’ve been talking about liberalism and its values and how we can advance a liberal tradition in our modern society. We’ve