These web discussions allow authors featured in the Claremont Review of Books to answer questions and talk in greater detail about their essays and reviews.
A CRB Discussion of Abraham Lincoln and Moral Conflict: John Burt and Diana Schaub discuss Schaub's review of Burt's Lincoln's Tragic Pragmatism: Lincoln, Douglas, and Moral Conflict in the Fall 2013 issue of the Claremont Review of Books.
A CRB Discussion of Transatlantic Neoliberalism: Daniel Stedman Jones, Steven Hayward, and Nigel Ashford discuss Hayward's review of Stedman Jones's Masters of the Universe: Hayek, Friedman, and the Birth of Neoliberal Politics, reviewed in the Spring 2013 issue of the Claremont Review of Books.
A CRB Discussion of Theodore Roosevelt: Ronald Pestritto, Scott Yenor, Robert Patterson, and Jean Yarbrough discuss Yarbrough's new book, Theodore Roosevelt and the American Political Tradition, reviewed in the Winter 2012/13 issue of the Claremont Review of Books.
A Discussion of Political Extremism: David Frum, Steven Hayward, and Geoffrey Kabaservice discuss William Voegeli's essay "Extremism in Defense of Liberty" from the Fall 2012 issue.
A Discussion of Economic Inequality: Timothy Noah discusses William Voegeli's "Not Leveling with Us," a review of his book, The Great Divergence: America's Growing Inequality Crisis and What We Can Do about It, from the Summer 2012 issue.
A Discussion of Saving the Constitution: Jean M. Yarbrough, Bradley C.S. Watson, Michael M. Uhlmann, and Jeremy Rabkin discuss the Spring 2012 CRB's cover essays, "Abandoning the Constitution" by John Marini and "Restoring the Constiution " by James W. Ceaser, with replies from Marini and Ceaser
A Discussion of Malcolm X: Diana Schaub and Peter C. Myers discuss Schaub's essay, "Solve for X," from the Winter 2011-12 issue.
A Discussion of Lochner v. New York: Richard A. Epstein and David E. Bernstein discuss Bernstein's book Rehabilitating Lochner: Defending Individual Rights against Progressive Reform and Epstein's review of the book, "A New Birth of Economic Freedom," from the Fall 2011 issue.