Round II on the moral case for positive law.
Economic historian Phillip W. Magness on classical liberalism and abolition, Abraham Lincoln's contested legacy, and why history matters in contemporary politics.
In a new collection, the economic historian documents how classical liberals pushed for abolition and equality in 19th-century America.
Who would have guessed the author of the Gettysburg Address was a white supremacist?
Monuments do not merely signify the existence of historical facts; they pass judgment upon them.
It has been 150 years since John Wilkes Booth killed Abraham Lincoln. This man was there.
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Writer from The Patriot-News commented on Lincoln's "silly remarks" 150 years ago