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Distinguished Fellow and Heritage's in-house authority on the U.S. Conservative movement Dr. Lee Edwards shares his reflections on the first Presidential debate in Denver, CO,
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In this week's Heritage in Focus podcast, Dr Matthew Spalding discusses his new book, "Changing America's course," and the Wisconsin recall election. David Weinberger hosts.
In this week's Heritage in Focus podcast, Dr Matthew Spalding discusses the meaning of Presidents' Day. David Weinberger hosts. To get regular updates on Heritage
In this week's Heritage in Focus podcast, Dr. Lee Edwards discusses the theme of this year's CPAC, "We Still Hold These Truths." David Weinberger hosts.
In a special Thanksgiving Heritage in Focus podcast, David Azerrad discusses the American ideas that make Thanksgiving special. David Weinberger hosts. To get regular updates
In this week's Heritage in Focus podcast, Julia Shaw discusses the Occupy Wall Street movement and how it differs from the Tea Party. David Weinberger
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