Joel Kotkin argues that a new class of rulers want to boot and spur contemporary serfs and replace liberalism with an enlightened justice and conformity.
Richard M. Reinsch II
Meat-cleaver economic nationalism will probably lead us down a path we’ll wish we had never taken.
What happens to the authority of the modern state when it definitively leaves behind the death penalty?
Our post-liberals have diagnosed pathologies in contemporary liberalism, but they have not dealt with the true ground of our discontents.
Brian Smith will join Law and Liberty as Managing Editor.
The issue is how to best preserve what is good about American higher education. And that good is found in its diversified excellence.
We are told that judicial engagement will not lead to dueling natural rights jurists usurping republican government. But what rights do they see?
Introducing Lauren Weiner as Associate Editor of Law and Liberty.
I come not to argue that we are ill-founded with regard to religious liberty, but to note certain limitations of principles present at our founding.
Richard M. Reinsch II is the editor of Law & Liberty and the host of LibertyLawTalk. He is coauthor with Peter Augustine Lawler of A Constitution in Full: Recovering the Unwritten Foundation of American Liberty (Kansas Press, May 2019). You can follow him @Reinsch84