Neither the Wars Nor the Leaders Were Great

March 29, 2011
From the 18th century to our own time, the liberal tradition has stood firmly against war, based both on principle and on the reality of how and why wars begin, and also the wicked damage they do to society. The excuses for wars mask the underlying reason for them.

Read more

Authentic German Liberalism of the 19th Century

April 20, 2005
For a thousand years before Hitler, writes Ralph Raico, Germany was an integral part of western civilization. There has been a growth of interest also in German liberalism.

Read more