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Joseph R. Stromberg
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Joseph R. Stromberg is a Research Fellow at The Independent Institute and has held the JoAnn B. Rothbard Chair in History at the Ludwig von Mises Institute. A columnist for, his research interests include U.S. foreign policy and the "War on Terrorism." He received his B.A. and M.A. from Florida Atlantic University, and his further graduate work was completed at the University of Florida.

A contributor to numerous scholarly volumes, he is the author of articles in The Freeman, Telos, Journal of Libertarian Studies, Reason, Chronicles, Freedom Daily, and The Individualist, and he has been a Richard M. Weaver Fellow for the Intercollegiate Studies Institute.

Opposing the Crusader State 2007
The Challenge of Liberty 2006
Independent Review Articles
Onward, Secular Soldiers, Marching as to War Winter 2013
Jack of No Trade, Masters of War Summer 2012
William F. Marina as Teacher and Historian: Some Early Impressions Spring 2011
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The Twisted Tree of Progressivism December 7, 2011
Civil War and the American Political Economy April 6, 2011
Some Constructive Heresies of Wilhelm Röpke January 25, 2011
The Fourth Amendment and Faulty Originalism September 14, 2010
Did Locke Really Justify Limited Government? May 1, 2010
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Orestes Brownson and the Mystical Body of the Union November 26, 2013
Polis, State, and the Common Good November 26, 2013
Research Articles
Who Needs One Big Market? March 18, 2009
Mere “Isolationism”: The Foreign Policy of the “Old Right” February 1, 2000