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Need the perfect speech to send graduating students on their way in the world? This is the template for you.

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What would you do if you were U.S. Secretary of the Treasury? Frédéric Bastiat poses a Socratic thought experiment to his French contemporaries in a satirical essay that is illuminating as it is convicting. 

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If "leisure" means indulging the flesh and unleashing the beast within, then we're doing it wrong. 

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For whatever reason, Senator Kennedy liked the Soviets. And he thought they liked him. 

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An interview with writer Chidike Okeem on black conservatism—its heroes, principles, and misrepresentations.

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Vonnegut's writings offer deep insight into the paradox of connection and loneliness. 

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In 1952 Pieper predicted the extent to which work would dominate the whole of our lives. He also saw the way back to finding true meaning and purpose. 

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Vol. 47, No. 1

American conservatism is a young movement with old, old foundations. Here are the pillars that support it.

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