Roderick T. Long looks at how classical learning shaped the American Founders' political thought.
The American Founders were deeply read in the western classics. What did they learn, and how did they apply it?
Brian Kogelmann responds in our ongoing discussion on democracy and the paradox of tolerance.
Mike Godwin says that democracies need not fear the paradox of tolerance.
Jason Kuznicki argues that democratic participation takes place in the context of many other important rights.
Brian Kogelmann argues that democracies should take the risk of standing on principle.