Washington’s objectives in cabinet management had less to do with managing diverse personalities and more to do with preserving political coherence.
W. B. Allen
The “1619 Project” can deliver on its promissory only by enslaving free labor.
Jack Rakove makes a plausible case for Madisonian game theory even as he maintains respect for the Madison who said “justice is the end of government.”
Politics requires fit characters, but can virtue be restored as a basis for liberty? Four contributors address this problem.
Martin Luther King answered his rhetorical question—chaos or community?—by dreaming of founding a new community.
W.B. Allen, emeritus dean and professor at Michigan State University, is a senior visiting scholar at the University of Colorado’s Benson Center for the Study of Western Civilization.