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One Year Two Converse: “Conservatives, Gen Z and Jordan Peterson”

This week I got a chance to sit down with Lucas, a 19-year-old who has worked on The Hill. We yakked about politics, how our generation fits into all this and of course, Jordan Peterson.

One Year Two Converse covers “two philosophically minded, comedically inclined, theologically apt Gen Zers, each take a mic with them for 2018 recording their interesting conversations.”

Jacob Valk

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