Sep 22 • 1HR 9M

Hardly Working

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Nicholas Eberstadt, AEI’s Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy, makes an overdue Remnant return to discuss his new book, Men Without Work: Post-Pandemic Edition, an expanded version of his 2016 release which examined the collapse of work for men in modern America. Why are increasingly large numbers of men abandoning the workforce? Is something similar going on with women? And what will be the social, cultural, and economic effects of this trend? Tune in to hear these questions answered, and to hear some reflections on why work is valuable in the first place.

Show Notes:

- Dr. Eberstadt’s page at AEI

- Men Without Work: Post-Pandemic Edition

- Dr. Eberstadt: “What’s Behind the Flight from Work in Post-Pandemic America”

- The Remnant with Michael Strain

- Charles Murray’s Coming Apart

- The Remnant with Marian Tupy

- Keynes: “Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildren”

- China, unquarantined

- Allahpundit, unmasked

- Dispatch Live introduces Kevin D. Williamson