Let’s Go Coup-ing

Will the Supreme Court’s affirmative action decision in Harvard lead to a public backlash? What does the Coup That Wasn’t tell us about Russia (and about Americans’ changing perceptions of the war)? And will David French’s recent New York Times piece about transgenderism in women’s sports finally get him cancelled? Sarah, Jonah, and yet-uncancelled David French discuss.

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Out of context: “I think I heard Henry Kissinger making the same point.”

Show Notes:

-Want the full legal analysis of SCOTUS’ affirmative action decision? Check out our latest Advisory Opinions.

-David’s NYT piece on the erosion of women’s sports

-Jonah’s G-File about isms, cultural cliches, and treat-yourself-culture 

Millennial and Gen Z economic malaise is creating a ‘treat culture’ as they turn to tiny purchases for a dose of daily escapism

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