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From the time he was a teenager, Rich Lowry aspired to write for National Review. In 1992, that dream came true and by 1997, he became the editor of the magazine. You’ve likely seen Rich regularly on cable news and Sunday roundtables, and his influence spreads far and wide inside the conservative movement.
On this episode of Cultivated, we talk about the roots of his faith and the state of the conservative movement. We also talk about how he and others have tried to thread the needle between supporting and opposing a president whose morals and character seem diametrically opposed to their own. And we explore what might come next for evangelicals and conservatism in a post-Trump world.
This Episode was Produced by Mike Cosper
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