Though skepticism of personalized presidential government is one republican characteristic, it is not enough to make a vital republic.
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).