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Mr. Jason Morgan

Jason Morgan

Jason Morgan is a PhD candidate in Japanese history at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. His dissertation is on the law-and-society movement during the Taishō and Shōwa periods of the twentieth century, including natural law-grounded critiques of that movement by Japanese Catholic legal scholars.His writings have appeared in American Thinker, New Oxford Review, Modern Age, Human Life Review, Metamorphoses, Japan Review, the University Bookman, and Crisis. In 2014, Morgan was also the recipient of a Richard Weaver Fellowship from ISI.