“What Comes After the Religious Right?” with Nate Hochman, New York Times Essay Feature

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In this episode, Garrett Snedeker joins talented young journalist Nate Hochman to discuss his recent article, “What Comes After the Religious Right?” This article was featured as the lead essay for the New York Times’ Sunday Section in early June of 2022 and is applauded for its detailed descriptions on the debate on the future of conservatism and the Republican party.


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