For the Philadelphia Inquirer, James Legee suggests that American founder, James Wilson, “offers particular wisdom for our chaotic world.”
As Americans look outward, they see a world in chaos. Syria is embroiled in a vicious civil war. Russia has annexed part of the Ukraine. President Obama is the fourth president to order a bombing campaign in Iraq.
Domestically, the nation is divided along partisan lines, and the economy has not recovered for many members of the working class. Given this bleak portrait, citizens wonder what America’s role is in the world.
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