Free Trade and the Constitution

The following report was written by the founder of the Liberty Lobby in 1962, immediately after the passage of the Trade Expansion Act under the Kennedy administration…..

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Toward History: Spring l984, The Journal of Historical Review

I have always through that Henry Ford’s concise definition of history sets from more wisdom in fewer words than anyone else I know…he was referring to history as related by…

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Statement to the Republican Platform Committee, July 1960

The Trade Policy Congress is a new, one-purpose organization…its purpose to restore the tariff-making power to Congress…

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Statement to the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee, 1955

The question of revision of the UN Charter is one in which every American has a vital stake. This arises out of the peculiar nature of the Charter itself; its…

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If Mencken Would Return….

Editorial in the American Mercury: ¬†Fifty years ago, H.L. Mencken and George Jean Nathan embarked on the adventure The American Mercury. This issue thus marks the completion of the first…

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New Evidence in Anthropology

The recent discoveries of the eminent paleoanthropologist Richard Leakey, of 2.7 million year old human-type fossil remains…

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