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Moral Diversity: Asset or Liability for Liberty?

Craig Biddle August 20, 2014

In May, at a conference cosponsored by FEE and the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism, Max Borders and Craig Biddle debated the question, "Moral diversity: asset or liability for the liberty movement?"—and the discussion was, by all accounts, profoundly interesting. We present in this issue of TOS the transcript of that debate.


Donna Hassler on the Sculptures of Daniel Chester French

Joseph Kellard August 20, 2014

Joseph Kellard interviews Donna Hassler about the works of Daniel Chester French, the great American artist perhaps best known for his sculpture of Abraham Lincoln housed at the Lincoln Memorial. Ms. Hassler is executive director of Chesterwood, which was French's summer home and studio in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, and which is now a historic site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.


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