MP3: Yuval Levin, National Affairs Journal, Editor

23.06.2013

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Yuval Levin, National Affairs Journal, Editor MP3

Our guest is the editor of National Affairs Magazine, Yuval Levin. He talks about the magazine and website, which he describes as a quarterly journal of essays on public policy and political thought. Source: c-span.org

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