Articles tagged as Libertarianism
JWI affiliated scholar and Newsweek opinion editor, Josh Hammer, published an article in The American Mind titled: Who’s Afraid of the Common Good? This essay comes as a fiery response to C. Bradley Thompson’s argument that America’s Founding was not rooted in any “authority, order, stability, community, social cohesion, continuity, solidarity, sacrifice, duty, law, orthodoxy, […]
Writing in the Library of Law and Liberty, Prof. Hadley Arkes comments on the Supreme Court case of Reed v. Town of Gilbert, AZ. In “What ‘Liberties’ Does the Constitution Protect?,” he discusses the deep principles underlying the free speech clause and their relevancy to the case. Some excerpts: “The liberty that a constitution would seek […]
“The law & Richard Epstein” —Prof. Hadley Arkes reviews Prof. Richard Epstein’s “The Classical Liberal Constitution” in The New CriterionWriting in The New Criterion, Prof. Hadley Arkes reviews Prof. Richard Epstein's "The Classical Liberal Constitution." The review seeks the moral ground of Epstein's classical liberal approach to the Constitution.