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The Case of David Mitchell Versus The United States

Legal SystemWar and Foreign Policy

David H. Mitchell is a young man charged, and now convicted, in Federal Court with failing to report for induction into the armed forces. Refusing to cooperate with the system by becoming an officially recognized conscientious objector, Mitchell decided to turn the court proceedings into an...

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Discovering the Ninth Amendment

Legal System

Every clause and article of the United States Constitution has been studied, pored over, and interpreted countless times--every one, that is, but the Ninth Amendment, which until very recently, has stood in lonely splendor, unacknowledged, uninterpreted, ignored. And yet, since it is part of the...

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Fortune and American "Idealism"

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign PolicyPolitical Theory

Since the days of Woodrow Wilson, American foreign policy has been conducted with a smug and self- righteous hypocrisy perhaps unmatched by any nation in the history of mankind. But recently there have been signs that this may he changing, and that, at least in some areas, a brutal candour may...

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D.F. Fleming on "The Origins of the Cold War"

War and Foreign PolicyWorld HistoryInterventionism

In the statist world in which we live there is a very real tendency to accept as fact all that the official organs of propaganda emit. Nowhere is this tendency more apparent than in the area of foreign affairs. The power of the State is such that the truth about the last fifty years has easily been...

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Why the Futile Crusade?

Global EconomyWorld HistoryPolitical Theory

Sidney Lens, by his analysis of the roots of the Cold War In The Futile Crusade, Anti-Communism as American Credo , challenges observers of American politics to a total re-examination of the American political scene. Lens demolishes the anti-Communist crusade's claim to be the preserver of...

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The General Line

U.S. HistoryPolitical Theory

A new journal of opinion must justify its existence; our justification is a deep commitment to the liberty of man. Our aim is to present articles that embody scholarship; but not a scholarship random, unfocussed, or devoted to minute examination of trivia. Ours will be a scholarship finely honed...

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Sociological View of Obama's World of Social Justice

Philosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

11/16/2012Articles of Interest
What is one to make of President Obama’s celebration of the government’s role in the personal pursuits of citizens and his diminishment of the causal connection between the productivity of individuals and the success of their pursuits?

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Liberalismo e Anarcocapitalismo: La Scuola Austriaca di Economia

Austrian Economics Overview

12/09/2011Articles of Interest
Liberalism and Anarcho-Capitalism: The Austrian School of Economics , edited by Dario Antiseri, Enzo Di Nuoscio, and Francesco Di Iorio: http://www.nuovaciviltadellemacchine.it

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Roger Williams’s Unintentional Contribution to the Creation of American Capitalism

U.S. EconomyU.S. History

06/24/2011Libertarian Papers
Puritan settlers in New England, previous to Williams' influence, were effectively unanimous in their opposition to market economics.


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