David Brooks in Conversation with Rudyard Griffiths
May 28, 2020
From: The World After Covid
David Brooks and Rudyard Griffiths discuss Covid-19 and American political thinking. Topics include the lasting impacts of the pandemic on politics and specifically on attitudes toward government, social trust, the future of the Left, and America’s future.
DAVID BROOKS is a bi-weekly columnist for the New York Times’ op-ed pages and a regular analyst on PBS NewsHour and NPR’s All Things Considered. As an author, Brooks is best known for his New York Times bestseller Bobos in Paradise: The New Upper Class and How They Got There, published in 2000. He’s also the author of New York Times bestseller The Road to Character, which illustrates how to reach success through selflessness. In his most recent book, The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life, Brooks explores how to have a life of meaning and purpose.