Mark J. Perry | Carpe Diem
By Allen Porter Mendenhall on May 10, 2020 07:59 pm
There can be no freedom absent some authority. Conservatives and libertarians alike may locate that authority in mediating institutions of modest size, recognizing the importance of consent and localism, family and place, to good government. Sir Roger Scruton’s example shows that certain conservative cultural conditions enable market-based economies to flourish. The room is alive with ...
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James C. Capretta | RealClearPolicy
by Peter Berkowitz via PolicyEd
Liberal democracy triumphs where communism fails because it limits the government’s ability to make important decisions on behalf of its citizens.