This book of essays by noted constitutional and legal scholar Walter Berns draws together a wide range of ideas from political science, economics, and history to explore topics in foreign, domestic, and racial politics. Berns also pays special attention to the role religion plays in influencing doctrine and policy. His essays often come as harsh warnings that rules and laws are necessary to secure rights in a democracy and to keep passion within reason.
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