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U.S. HistoryPolitical Theory
It is a common fallacy that if a person is successful in business, they will be a good politician. This is dangerously naive.
In spite of rising debt and worries about long term trends in affordability, new American houses and apartments are larger than they've ever been before.
U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy
As experience now makes clear, the War Powers Resolution did not fix the problem of presidential usurpation of Congress's war powers.
Protectionism and Free TradeU.S. HistoryPolitical Theory
So long as he uses a "national security" ploy, a president can raise taxes without so much as a debate in Congress.
The authors of the Constitution were clear that the power to declare war was limited to Congress. It's important to understand why.
Decentralization and SecessionU.S. History
Even if a section of the US were to today secede for some noble reason (i.e., not slavery), the outcome would still likely be invasion and war.
U.S. EconomyU.S. History
It’s not just California going off the deep end.
Legal SystemU.S. History
Even without the Bill of Rights, the federal government has no legitimate authority to control what people read or what people own, including books and guns.
Decentralization and SecessionStrategyU.S. HistoryWorld History
Can political arrangements be dissolved peacefully? Legally? At the ballot box? By any mechanism short of outright violence and civil war?
Big GovernmentSocialismU.S. History
The Rockefellers and their intellectual and technocratic entourage were, indeed, central to the New Deal.