Caroline Elkins' book raises an important question for people today, particularly liberals—an issue that Elkins herself sidesteps.
A new study sheds interesting light on these questions.
We can condemn the actions of Moscow without forfeiting the right to point out missteps in Kyiv.
The article is now up on SSRN. It explains how migration restrictions have massive negative effects on both "negative" and "positive" economic liberty of residents of destination countries.
"You have to ensure the citizens are protected against the power of the state. This is what we call liberal democracies."
France's Authoritarian Establishment Faces Off Against the Even Uglier Authoritarianism of the Far Right
French President Emmanuel Macron is authoritarian-light. Candidate Marine Le Pen is worse.
The less of our lives we allow to be put to a vote, the better.
Illiberalism in the defense of liberalism is a vice.
Compact brings "labor populism" and "political Catholicism" under one roof.
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A World After Liberalism details the rise of a young right that finds reactionary ideas relevant and appealing.
For decades, libertarians have focused on illiberalism coming from the political left. But authoritarianism has taken root among many conservatives across the world.
Free speech on campus is in jeopardy. But many people on the left and the right are rising to fight for our liberal democratic values.
Administrators attempted to force an apology out of a second-year law student whose Federalist Society affiliations and use of the term "trap house" were "triggering" to his peers.
Armed with the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and the far-reaching guarantees of liberty and equality that they contained, Douglass took the fight directly to the slaveholders.
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Conservative legal commentator and experienced religious liberties litigator David French explains why.
The Brown University economist and outspoken critic of Black Lives Matter discusses George Floyd, social progress, and the state of political discourse.
The heterodox hosts of the popular Blocked and Reported podcast talk about surviving internet outrage, the roots of speech repression, and the power of direct financial support from fans.
Elite media institutions are noisily abandoning liberalism.
The Dispatch senior editor on the value of liberalism and the problems with the new nationalist right
Many jurisdictions are alleviating housing shortgages by cutting back on zoning. Unfortunately, there is also a trend towards expanding rent control, which is likely to have the opposite effect.
Instead of its economy becoming more liberal, its polity is growing more illiberal.
In his new manifesto The Three Dimensions of Freedom, the veteran punk rocker calls out libertarians for focusing solely on economic freedom. Is his case worth buying?
In recent years, many liberals have come to develop a new appreciation for constitutional limits on federal power. Whether the trend continues remains to be seen.
National Review's David French Is a Conservative, Evangelical Christian Who Is Getting Worried About Theocracy. So Should You.
Why libertarians should care about the illiberal Right as much as the illiberal Left.
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A renewed commitment to pluralism is its only cure.
No, Beto O'Rourke isn't "shaking up" the Senate race in Texas.
He is cooking up a red scare to justify a crackdown on human rights activists
Of course, Gorsuch had his share of clashes with the liberal bloc too.
Devin Nunes gets the Richard Spencer treatment.