Rachel Bovard – On the Shape of Our Public-Private Tyranny

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This week's guest is former Senate staffer and Conservative Policy Institute Policy Director Rachel Bovard.


Rachel and Inez discuss the contours of our new public-private partnership in tyranny, the novelty of the power woke tech companies wield across national borders, and whether there will ever be a revolt of the competent within the tech industry itself. They also talk about the influence of China on American companies, and whether today's Millennials and Gen Z might be the last American generations to remember when shelves were fully stocked and stuff just worked.

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