Brown Pundits Browncast episode 52: Sahil Handa, National Review intern and cosmopolitan conservative

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On this episode, we talk about cosmopolitan conservatism with Sahil Handa, a writer at National Review. Sahil is a student at Harvard. As such, I had assumed he was American before he got on the call…but it turns out he is from the suburbs north of London! His father is a Punjabi from Kenya, while his mother is a Sindhi from Gujarat.

2 Replies to “Brown Pundits Browncast episode 52: Sahil Handa, National Review intern and cosmopolitan conservative”

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