Law & Liberty's staff members interview prominent authors and thinkers.
By helping us recover a sense of the tragic, the classics can temper our expectations for political endeavors.
Kennedy's brief presidency came at a pivotal time for civil rights, the Cold War, and American Catholicism.
The handoff from Bush to Obama gives us a glimpse into post-9/11 foreign policy and the requirements for an orderly transfer of power.
In the Islamic world and in the West. education must teach students how to confront both modernity and radical attempts to re-enchant the world.
Israel tends to make American headlines only for violence and geopolitics. But there's much more to the Jewish nation.
Gordon S. Wood joins Brian A. Smith to discuss his most recent book, Power and Liberty, as well as trends in the study of history.
An ancient inscription gives us a peek into the rise and reign of a Bronze Age king, and a sense of the thin line between order and chaos.
The trouble with many defenses of the West or the classics is that they don't succeed in persuading people to return to the texts.
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Ninety years ago today, Wilhelm Röpke confronted an audience in Frankfurt am Main about where Hitler was leading Germany.
John Foster Dulles represented the apex of liberal mainline Protestantism's influence on American power and policy.
Kevin R. C. Gutzman joins Liberty Law Talk to discuss his latest book, The Jeffersonians.
Just how anti-state should libertarianism be?
Despite having the better economic arguments, classical liberals have failed to make the public case for free markets. How can they turn things around?
How compatible are East and West?