Part one of a three-part series examining ways in which ancient Greek philosophers and statesmen influenced the American founders.
Articles on history from The Objective Standard.
Surveys the history of political freedom and force, from the dawn of reason in ancient Greece to the Dark Ages, the Renaissance, and so on,… More »
On socialist theory and practice, the mass murders committed under various forms of the ideology, and the American professors who nevertheless advocate it.
The Cave and the Light: Plato Versus Aristotle, and the Struggle for the Soul of Western Civilization, by Arthur Herman; reviewed by Jon Hersey.
Examines slave rebellions in early America, showing that those who led them did so for the same reasons the Founders revolted against Great Britain.
Surveys the history of the Arab and Muslim assault on Israel, presents the secular case for Israel’s right to exist, and advocates a one-state solution.
Michael A. LaFerrara reviews The Forgotten Depression—1921, by James Grant.
Alexander V. Marriott reviews James Madison, by Lynne Cheney.
Examines three strong threads of evidence that the primary cause behind southern secession was the desire to maintain the institution of chattel slavery.
A review of Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography.