Do We Still Believe in a Better Tomorrow?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Living in a pandemic can make hope for a better tomorrow difficult. To help us understand why optimism has recently taken a hit, we invite Alan Newhouse, editor of The Tablet Magazine, and author of a popular essay titled, "Everything is Broken;" and Andrew Potter, a political scientist at McGill University and author of a new book, "On Decline: Stagnation, Nostalgia, and Why Every Year is the Worst One Ever."
Episode:
Is Optimism in Decline?
Aired:
Jan 10, 2022
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