Firing Line 2.0 January 2013

James Kurth

Senior Fellow, FPRI -
Professor of Political Science Emeritus and Senior Research Scholar at Swarthmore College -

Ronald J. Granieri

Host
Director - Center for the Study of America and the West

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FIRING LINE 2.0  

Moderated by Ronald J. Granieri,
Director of FPRI’s Center for the Study of America and the West

Featuring James Kurth,
Senior Fellow, FPRI
Professor of Political Science Emeritus and Senior Research Scholar at Swarthmore College

The recent elections in the U.S. have unleashed a flood of articles from journalists and political operatives about the future of conservatism and the Republican Party.  Nevertheless, few if any of those articles have considered the historical roots of the current situation, nor have their authors the historical and analytical skills to move beyond a simple analysis of immediate political tactics. On November 15, 2012, FPRI Senior Fellow James Kurth presented his article, The Crisis of American Conservatism: Inherent Contradictions and the End of a Road, to the Study Group on America and the West.  The combination of Professor Kurth’s deeper perspective and analytical skill inspired a lively conversation on the part of the participants of that evening’s seminar.  Confident that it will also inspire interest and controversy among the larger circle of FPRI members and partners, we are excited to continue the conversation at this inaugural session of Firing Line 2.0, when moderator Ron Granieri will “interrogate” Professor Kurth — with help from theaudience. 

Read The Crisis of American Conservatism: Inherent Contradictions and the End of a Road.

About Firing Line 2.0: In the spirit of William Buckley’s Firing Line, TV’s longest-running public affairs show (1966-1999), FPRI’s Ron Granieri will “interrogate” guest scholars on subjects in the news—with help from the audience. Each month we will feature one or two scholars drawn from among FPRI’s 85 affiliated scholars or outside guests. We look forward to a uniquely interactive program, offering real substance and emphasizing active audience participation.

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