It is those men and women who prefer to be virtuous, rather than merely to seem that way, who we need right now.
Philip A. Wallach
Michael Greve's solution sounds pretty good but let’s get a better definition of the problem first.
Today the past is more often treated as a cautionary tale instead of a guide, and in a republic, this is a dangerous mistake.
Even if the Accountable Capitalism Act is a terrible idea, we shouldn't blame Warren for making a serious political proposal when her colleagues don't.
Politics requires fit characters, but can virtue be restored as a basis for liberty? Four contributors address this problem.
Until Congress restores itself to its proper place as a body worth of a free people, it will never rein in executive and judicial abuse.
Philip A. Wallach is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. He is the author of To the Edge: Legality, Legitimacy, and the Responses to the 2008 Financial Crisis (2015).