A Round-Up of Posts in the Volokh Conspiracy Symposium on "Our American Story: The Search for a New National Narrative"
A listing with links to all the posts in the series.
The fourth post in the Volokh Conspiracy symposium on "Our American Story: The Search for a Shared National Narrative" (ed. by Joshua Claybourn).
Introducing the Volokh Conspiracy Symposium on "Our American Story: The Search for a New National Narrative"
The symposium will include posts by contributors to this new book on what makes America and its history distinctive.
Values are important. But so is factual knowledge about public policy. In some ways, the significance of values actually makes the problem of voter ignorance more pressing, not less so.
American values are a bottom-up, not top-down, affair
Food historian Rachel Laudan on why we never add truffles to our turkeys.
But they are bromides typical of vacuous mainstream politics.
"Our body politic is itself an aging boomer looking back upon his glory days," argues Yuval Levin in his new book.
Tying highest level in over six years
And one reason why it should.