Frederick Douglass was born in February 1818 on the eastern shore of Maryland. He is remembered as one of the greatest figures in the American antislavery movement.
JMC faculty partner Nicholas Buccola published an opinion piece in the New York Times addressing the debate over whether or not Frederick Douglass could be considered a libertarian.
The Library of Law and Liberty published JMC fellows Michael Munger and Nathan Schlueter's exchange over libertarianism's claims about government and human nature.
Why Nudge? The Politics
of Libertarian Paternalism
by Cass R. Sunstein
Yale University Press, 2014, 208 pp., $25
Efforts to limit government could reestablish trust, says Yenor.
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