"Perhaps too lofty for the general reader, but for anyone with a wary eye on the battles ahead, Schwartz's argument is absorbing and profound."
This balanced scholarly investigation of the Founding Fathers' divergent notions of inherent freedoms—in historical and contemporary terms—is sure to confound those who think they learned everything they need to know in 9th-grade civics.
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