I found myself agreeing with Kristi throughout the entire debate, where when I went into this I expected to disagree with her wholeheartedly. The only thing I didn't agree with her was when she said the reason for there being more divorces was because people have a longer life span in the modern world. Also, For the most part, though not entirely, did it seem that Kristi and the Distributist were taking different paths to the same conclusions, or am I wrongly remembering the debate?
I watched a bit of it... Kristi is not a skilled orator at all, very boring to listen to. From what I saw The Distributist didn't pulverise her to the extent I was expecting, but then it was her specialist subject, so she had a big advantage in that respect. Plus The Distributist seems to be a very busy guy, both generally, but especially lately, whereas Kristi seems to be well on her way to becoming a cat lady.
I saw an abolutely brutal take down of her when she had the audacity to mock Jordan Peterson's credibility as a published psychologist - someone posted the stats for how many studies they've both published and how many times they've been cited - Jordan had literally been cited around a THOUSAND times more than she had just in the last few years, nevermind historically.
I think they both actually made some really great points, I wasn't expecting to agree with Kristi as much as I did. But in my opinion, the cross-examination section is where the Distributist really shined. Solid debate overall.
That was an interesting debate. Think both focused too much on feminism. Weird that the baby boomers wouldn't even get a mention (very probable I could have not heard it if they did).