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David is joined this week by Michael Matheson Miller of the Acton Institute, and the two devote considerable time to the poverty problem, and to the concerns many have about the direction of the culture. They also focus on a general understanding of multi-generational expectations and why, at the foundation of it all, our common ground must be theological and philosophical understandings of the human person. They strive to understand the frustrations of the so-called “new right” with “market fundamentalism” and, better yet, present a coherent vision for society that covers all bases.