Twenty-five years ago, marriage meant what it had always meant, Madonna was considered risqué, and liberals worried about mass immigration, threats to religious liberty and the vulgarity of pop music. The times, they have a-changed. And they will continue to change as the Left presses on.
Where will liberalism be 25 years from now? What new causes will it champion? Will it have exhausted itself or will it continue to grow bolder in its demands? Can conservatives today in any way try to preempt the future agenda of liberalism?
Join us as our three panelists discuss the main currents of modern liberalism and try to anticipate where the Left is going.
More About the Speakers
Director, B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics, The Heritage Foundation
Senior Editor, The Claremont Review of Books
Correspondent, National Review
Publisher, The Federalist