No strictly political community brings political salvation.
Reviews of Liberty Fund's classic publications in the tradition of free and responsible self-government.
Forrest McDonald, described The Creation of the Presidency by Charles C. Thach, Jr. as “an unprecedented achievement."
Nature hates a vacuum, and if modern civic life does not fill itself with a range of sound mystiques, others, more dark, will make an entrance.
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Trevor Colbourn seeks to understand the intellectual world the Founders inhabited, in part, by compiling inventories of what they read.
Cochrane offers a profound reminder that politics cannot regenerate the world.
At best, scholars often view Spencer as a magnificent dinosaur, at worst a grumpy phantom of Christmas past—this is a mistake.
De Jouvenel’s interest is always to ensure open access to the market, an institution that engenders virtue—without exalting it above human flourishing.