Liberty Law Talk
This year marks the one hundredth anniversary of America's entry into World War I: "the war to end all wars." Richard Gamble, author of The War for Righteousness, joins this edition of Liberty Law Talk to discuss how American intervention into the Great War irrevocably changed the country.
Samuel Gregg, Director of Research at the Acton Institute, returns to Liberty Law Talk to discuss the prospects for globalization in the wake of populist uprisings in many western democracies.
Law and Liberty regular and essayist extraordinaire Theodore Dalrymple visits Liberty Law Talk to discuss Brexit, the EU, and rising nationalist currents in the West.
Returning to Liberty Law Talk is Roger Scruton to discuss his latest book, On Human Nature.
In this edition of Liberty Law Talk historian Kevin Gutzman discusses his latest book, Thomas Jefferson—Revolutionary. We focus on Jefferson's account of federalism, conscience rights, education, and race.
This discussion with Jonathan Adler assesses the Roberts Court on "business" law cases. Is it true, as we've been told by Jeffrey Rosen, among others, that this Court is uniquely favorable to corporations, big business, and profits and dismissive of plaintiffs and the All-American little guy? Adler is the editor of the impressive new volume Business and the Roberts Court, which provides answers to this question in essays ranging from Environmental, Securities, and Antitrust cases to Citizens United. And it's our good fortune to hear him discuss the Roberts Court and its record on business and the law.
Comes now to Liberty Law Talk, Julius Krein, founding editor of the explosive new journal, American Affairs. We discuss the crack-up in our politics and in the conservative movement through the lens of James Burnham's classic work, The Managerial Revolution.
Barry Goldwater famously told the Republican National Convention in 1964 that "extremism in the pursuit of liberty is no vice and ... moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue." Begging to differ is Aurelian Craiutu who joins this episode to discuss his new book, Faces of Moderation, a profound study of thinkers such as Raymond Aron, Michael Oakeshott, Isaiah Berlin, and others, who defended freedom and constitutional government against ideologues of all types.
Patrick Deneen joins this edition of Liberty Law Talk to discuss his latest book, Conserving America? Essays on Present Discontents.
How did key participants in Straussian fight club, especially Harry Jaffa and Walter Berns, challenge the progressive settlement of political science, the history of the American Founding, and constitutionalism? Our guide for understanding this debate will be Steven Hayward who joins this edition of Liberty Law Talk to discuss his latest book, Patriotism Is Not Enough: Harry Jaffa, Walter Berns, and the Arguments that Redefined American Conservatism.