Phillipson reconstructs Adam Smith’s intellectual ancestry and formation, of which he gives a radically new and convincing account.
Sterba advances the argument that libertarian negative liberty supports a welfare state. Narveson disagrees, using social contract theory to support his position.
William Connelly believes many of the “flaws” in Congress identified by critics arise from the Constitution.
An Introduction to Libertarianism.org.
Trevor Burrus discusses his perspective and philosphical interests.
Randy Barnett shows how the courts over the years have been cutting holes in the Constitution to eliminate the parts that impede the growth of government.
Judge Andrew P. Napolitano takes a no-holds-barred look at the role of the government in the denial of freedoms on the basis of race.
In The Age of Abundance, Brink Lindsey offers a bold reinterpretation of the latter half of the 20th century.
P.J. O’Rourke gives a modern-day spin on The Wealth of Nations and Adam Smith’s revolutionary theories on liberty
Following his departure from office, Ronald Reagan was marginalized thanks to liberal biases that dominate the teaching of American history.
Throes of Democracy describes in vivid detail America’s transformation from frontier Republic to national state.
Cass Sunstein presents his tome, Nudge, and discusses “libertarian paternalism.”
Prof. Philip Zimbardo, the conductor of the infamous 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment, has become a leading authority on the psychology of evil.
Radicals for Capitalism will take its place alongside other key books about American ideological and political movements.
The Encyclopedia of Libertarianism is the first comprehensive, encyclopedic treatment of the libertarian movement.
From Liberty to Democracy traces the evolution of American government and its fundamental principles.
In a single century, slavery was abolished and more than seven million slaves were freed. “Greatest Emancipations” tells this fascinating story.