‘Does having children change your perspective on history, politics, philosophy, and the future of humanity? If so, is part of the problem facing Western nations the reality that decision-making is being led by a mostly young and childless generation?’
This was the question I posed to Carl Benjamin during my interview on Saturday morning (which you can watch in full here) after he recently welcomed another child into the world.
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