American Ideals and Institutions

American Ideals and Institutions

Published in partnership with the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University, and edited by Robert P. George, this series is dedicated to the exploration of enduring questions of political thought and constitutional law; to the promotion of the canon of the Western intellectual tradition as it nourishes and informs contemporary politics; and to the application of foundational Western principles to modern social problems.

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  1. A Time to Speak

    A Time to Speak

    Robert H. Bork

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    "A Time to Speak is essential reading for anyone intersted in the full range of Bork's thought." —Claremont Review of Books

    "A Time to Speak reminds us, yet again, that Robert Bork has been this nation's most eloquent and compelling Cassandra.” —The New Criterion

     

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  2. Conscience and Its Enemies

    Conscience and Its Enemies

    By Robert P. George

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    “Brilliant . . . Should be required reading.”Commentary

    “[George] speaks for a sizable number of conscientious objectors to America’s ruling liberal secularism.” —New York Times Book Review

    This updated and expanded edition of Robert P. George’s acclaimed Conscience and Its Enemies exposes the emptiness of secular liberalism’s smugly held orthodoxies while presenting powerfully reasoned arguments for classical virtues.

    “As a critic of liberalism, George is devastating.” —National Review

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  3. In Defense of Religious Liberty

    In Defense of Religious Liberty

    By David Novak

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  4. The Just War Tradition

    The Just War Tradition

    By David D. Corey, J. Daryl Charles

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    How can some politicians, pundits, and scholars cite the principles of “just war” to defend military actions—and others to condemn those same interventions? Just what is the just war tradition, and why is it important today? Authors David D. Corey and J. Daryl Charles answer those questions in this fascinating and invaluable book.

    “In a country where we oscillate between the extremes of realism and pacifism, learning the history of the just war tradition is important. [This] new book by David Corey and J. Daryl Charles offers us an introduction. . . . This tradition of reflection must inform our thinking on foreign policy today as well. Platitudes, checklists, and positive laws are not enough in an age of a nuclear Middle East, drone strikes, and preemptive interventions.”
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