TNR contributing editor Alan Wolfe discusses his new book, The Future of Liberalism, with TNR writer and senior Brookings fellow William Galston, Washington Post columnist and frequent TNR contributor E.J. Dionne, Jr., and senior editor of The Atlantic Ross Douthat. The first part of the discussion is here. Below, the second part of the discussion addresses the viability of democratic self-governance in an interconnected world, the relevance of communities, and the influence of the 60s movement on liberalism today.


--Ben Eisler

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