Freedom and Virtue: The Conservative/libertarian Debate
George Wescott Carey
Intercollegiate Studies Institute, 1998 - Political Science - 231 pages
"In recent years ... a new debate has broken out within conservative ranks, pitting traditional 'moral conservatives' against a new group of 'libertarian conservatives.' This is primarily an intellectual debate within a small group of writers and scholars ... Nevertheless, political philosophy-unlike poetry, according to Auden-does make things happen, and this slim volume does give one the flavor of a debate that remains largely beneath the surface of American politics."-
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