As midterms approach and the 2016 presidential elections moves closer, everyone wants to know: will the factions within the Republican Party split completely, reunify, or will one dominate over the others? What will this mean for the Democrats, and for conservative America?
Join the PSU as Reihan Salam and Conor Friedersdorf tackle these questions and more, addressing the past, present, and future–grim or hopeful–of the Republican Party.
Reihan Salam is the co-author of Grand New Party: How Republicans Can Win the Working Class and Save the American Dream. He is a lead blogger for National Review’s The Agenda, a columnist for Slate, and the host of a weekly podcast for Vice.
Conor Friedersdorf is a Pomona alum from class of 2002 and a staff writer for The Atlantic. He is the founder of the “Best of Journalism,” a biweekly newsletter that highlights fantastic nonfiction. Friedersdorf has previously written for the Huffington Post and served as a senior editor to Andrew Sullivan.