The Soul of Classical Liberalism
By James M. Buchanan, Jr.
This article appeared in the Summer 2000 issue of The Independent Review.
Despite major victories in the past decade, classical liberal ideals have been eclipsed by an uninspiring political pragmatism. If the leaders of the freedom movement are to recapture the public imagination, they must articulate a moral vision as grand as that of their early antislavery campaigns.
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