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Brian Robertson

Brian C. Robertson is a research fellow at the New Economy Information Service, where he specializes in studying issues concerning family and social capital. He has written for National Review, The Weekly Standard, The Washington Times, Focus on the Family, World, Chronicles, Crisis, and Human Life Review. Robertson is the author of There's No Place Like Work: How Business, Government, and Our Obsession with Work Have Driven Parents from Home.

MARS HILL AUDIO Journal

Volume 44

Guests on Volume 44: James Davison Hunter, on the limits of the psychological view of character; Brian Robertson, on the changes in attitudes toward work and home; David Myers, on the disjunction of wealth and happiness, and crafting a "new American dream"; Robert Frank, on the escalation of luxury and how it can be slowed; Gayle Brandow Samuels, on trees, landscape, and cultural identity; Thomas Hine, on The Rise and Fall of the American Teenager; Thomas Hibbs, on Seinfeld, Hannibal Lecter, and nihilism in popular culture; and Robin Leaver, on how J. S. Bach used musical forms to impart theological truths.