On this week’s RealClear Radio Hour we cover sensitive issues surrounding race and class, as well as the changing landscape for primary medical care across the United States.
In the first half of the show, I’m joined by Dr. Anthony Bradley, author of “Black and Tired: Essays on Race, Politics, Culture and International Development.” An outspoken Associate Professor of Religious Studies at King’s College, Bradley discusses the black experience in America as well as white privilege, redefining what many classify as racial issues as class issues instead. Bradley eschews the victim ethos, instead encouraging individual ethics, freedom, and private initiative to help the less advantaged.
My second guest this week is Dr. David Neuburger. After 32 years of family practice, Dr. Neuburger shares his experience on the changing medical landscape—from ballooning medical school debt and restrictions on residents to the effects of malpractice suits and counter-productive protocols dictated by insurance coverage requirements.
You can hear from both of our guests this week by listening to the full show as-aired on iTunes, or you can check out the individual podcasts hosted on YouTube and SoundCloud. Make sure to check back next week for another episode of RealClear Radio Hour.