Leonard P. Liggio

Leonard P. Liggio is distinguished senior scholar at George Mason University's Institute for Humane Studies. 

Latest by Leonard P. Liggio in Chronicles

  • Freedom and Morality
    February 14, 2019

    Freedom and Morality

    F.A. Hayek, in The Fatal Conceit: The Errors of Socialism, offers us one insight into the nature of freedom and morality. Hayek argues that the major world religions have succeeded and endured because they reinforce the weak and imperfect points of human nature.

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  • December 1991

    Redskins and Palefaces

    The America First Committee emerged nationwide in the summer of 1940 from the initial efforts of Gerald Ford, Potter Stewart, and other Yale Law School students, seconded by law professor Edwin Borchard.

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  • Freedom and Morality
    October 1990

    Freedom and Morality

    F.A. Hayek, in The Fatal Conceit: The Errors of Socialism, offers us one insight into the nature of freedom and morality. Hayek argues that the major world religions have succeeded and endured because they reinforce the weak and imperfect points of human nature.

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