How conservatism is adjusting to new political realities
Authors of recent books on how conservatism can re-invent itself join moderator E. J. Dionne, of the Washington Post and NPR in a panel hosted by the Humphrey Institute. Panelists include former Bush speechwriter David Frum and former congressman Mickey Edwards.
- Ross Douthat: Associate editor, The Atlantic. Author of "Grand New Party."
- MIckey Edwards: Former Republican congressman from Oklahama. He's currently a lecturer at Princeton University. His new book is "Reclaiming Conservatism: How a Great American Political Movement Got Lost--And How It Can Find Its Way Back."
- David Frum: Contributing editor, National Review Online and resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. He worked as a speechwriter for George W. Bush.
- E. J. Dionne: Columnist, Washington Post and senior fellow, Brookings Institution.