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Continuing with their longstanding tradition of putting some of the greatest and most eloquent minds in contact with today’s audiences, the 92nd Street Y invites famed French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy for a conversation with The New York Times Book Review senior editor, Sam Tanenhaus. On the tails of Lévy’s recent book, Left In Dark Times, the two cover such topics as left-wing anti-Zionism, domestic anti-Americanism, and Levy’s new "left". Full of passion, laughs, and witty exchanges, this conversation is as educational as it is entertaining.

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French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy joins Sam Tanenhaus, senior editor of The New York Times Book Review, to talk about his most recent book, Left In Dark Times. Levy argues for a new "left" based on universal values and ethical commitments. Topics include left-wing anti-Zionism, domestic anti-Americanism and the global effects of both.
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