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The Hundreds: Thomas Jefferson’s Forgotten Plan for Restoring a Failed Republic

A crucial thing people don’t know about Jefferson is this: he was fully convinced that freedom in America was fatally wounded—in fact on its deathbed—by 1810 or so. He maintained that he and his fellow founders had blown their opportunity … Continue reading

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Presidential War Powers: The Constitutional Answer

by Tom Woods via Tom Woods’s Liberty Classroom There’s a lot of confusion, on right and left alike, regarding the president’s war powers under the Constitution. Here’s an overview of the most common claims on behalf of such powers, along … Continue reading

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