Well, if it’s racial discord and school choice that you want to talk about, then that’s exactly what you’ll get on today’s Editors’ Roundtable edition of the Reason Podcast. Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, Peter Suderman, and Matt Welch talk about their own personal histories with school integration, preferred remedies for helping disadvantaged students receive a better education, and what these debates mean for the modern Democratic Party.
Also under discussion today are shake-ups to the Beltway foreign policy consensus, the beating of Quillette writer Andy Ngo, whether it’s healthy for restaurants to deny service to Trumpites, and why Yoko Ono was the most underrated Beatle.
Audio production by Ian Keyser.
Relevant links from the show:
“Some Democrats Ditch Biden After First Round of 2020 Debates,” by Elizabeth Nolan Brown
“Joe Biden Is Probably Running for President. He’s Got a Lot of Baggage,” by Christian Britschgi
“Charles Koch, George Soros Help Fund Think Tank Opposed To ‘Endless War,’” by Nick Gillespie
“Antifa Mob Viciously Assaults Journalist Andy Ngo at Portland Rally,” by Robby Soave
“A Social Media Platform Has Banned Support of Trump,” by Katrina Gulliver
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