Episode #10: Jay Nordlinger and the Politics of Shame

National Association of Scholars

In this tenth episode of Curriculum Vitae, Peter W. Wood is joined by Jay Nordlinger. Jay is a senior editor of National Review and a fellow of the National Review Institute. He is also the music critic of The New Criterion. He writes on many subjects, including politics, foreign policy, human rights, and the arts; and has written a history of the Nobel Peace Prize and a study of the sons and daughters of dictators. In this episode, we discuss the uses and abuses of disgrace, shame, and punishment in American politics today.

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