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    Adam De Gree

    Adam De Gree is a classical educator and freelance writer. He teaches online history, literature, and government & economics courses for homeschoolers with Classical Historian. His writing has been published in venues including The Culture Crush, The Imaginative Conservative, and Partially Examined Life.

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  • Conservatism Is About More Than Economics

    Conservatism Is About More Than Economics5

    Roger Scruton was perhaps the greatest conservative thinker of the modern era, and like all great thinkers, he didn’t spare his own side from critique. For example, he often pointed out that modern conservatives are happy to cheer on capitalism, but they rarely say anything about conserving traditional ways of life—or the natural environment. Are

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  • Is Social Justice Ideology Bad for You?

    Is Social Justice Ideology Bad for You?4

    In their universally acclaimed 2018 book The Coddling of the American Mind, Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff show that the youth mental health crisis has its origins in bad thinking on school campuses. For example, schools and universities often encourage students to see life as a struggle between good and bad people. As a result,

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  • Trump Isn’t the Only Victim of Lawfare

    Trump Isn’t the Only Victim of Lawfare5

    The Trump trials have been in the headlines for months, and for good reason. As CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, no Trump supporter, put it, “I doubt the New York indictment would have been brought against a defendant whose name was not Donald Trump.” Yet, no matter whether you love or hate Trump, what makes the Trump

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  • ‘Little House’ Libertarians and the Culture of Freedom

    ‘Little House’ Libertarians and the Culture of Freedom2

    It’s no coincidence that one of the first American libertarians was not a politician nor a political philosopher. Instead, she was a mother and a pioneer. Her name is probably familiar to you: Laura Ingalls Wilder. And while her influence on libertarian thought may come as a surprise, it makes perfect sense. When intellectuals write

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