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Politics as War (A Law & Liberty podcast on the new book, How Public Policy Became War) May 16, 2019

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David Davenport, coauthor with Gordon Lloyd of How Public Policy Became War, discusses how we lost “the cool, deliberate sense of the community” in making public policy and instead turned to the metaphor of war as the basis for political action.

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David Davenport

David Davenport, a research fellow at the Hoover Institution and columnist for Forbes.com, was the president of Pepperdine University from 1985 to 2000.

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