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Dostovesky suggests an appeal to the nation untouched with a concern for eternity itself will prove insufficient to defeat ideology ..read more
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The Commerce Clause offers the most explicit recognition of the beneficence of private ordering in the entire Constitution. Why can't it ..read more
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Without “a minimum of envy,” Helmut Schoeck argues, the traditions that provide stability and order would be swept away by eager ..read more
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In response to: “Two Kaisers in the Same Grave”: Prohibition at 100 Prohibition may have been disastrous for America, but ..read more
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Gerrit Wormhoudt on how we ended up with educational and cultural institutions that have undermined the liberties the Constitution was ..read more
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Franklin Roosevelt’s version of Progressivism was more statist than Smith’s ..read more
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Law and Liberty | Legal Education Blog by Lee J. Strang, Liberty Fund - 2d ago
Originalism provides the surest way to access the Constitution's legal meaning and then to implement it over time ..read more
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The normative justification for originalism—honest reading—is compelling and causing cracks in the once solid wall of opposition to ..read more
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The Senator from Harvard has no conception of the proper judicial role other than that it should favor litigants whose political stances ..read more
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Kai Weiss considers Lord Acton's timely essay "Nationality" to better understand our current political fevers ..read more

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