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  • The WWII Hero You’ve Never Heard Of

    The WWII Hero You’ve Never Heard Of0

    Among the many decorated individuals from World War II there is an obscure name many have never heard of. That name belongs to Commander Eugene “Lucky” Fluckey. He and the crew of his submarine, the USS Barb (SS-220), performed such amazing feats that Fluckey was given the Medal of Honor, and the submarine and her

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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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  • Lincoln’s 1838 Warning: The Threat to Liberty Comes From Inside the House

    Lincoln’s 1838 Warning: The Threat to Liberty Comes From Inside the House3

    In 1838, 28-year-old Abraham Lincoln delivered a Lyceum lecture, The Perpetuation of Our Political Institutions. The Lyceum lectures were part of a voluntary adult education movement. Lincoln was a new lawyer and member of the Illinois House of Representatives. It had been just over 60 years since the start of the American Revolution. Yet, Lincoln

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