Strengthening Constitutional Self-Government

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Greetings from the soggy South

Just got back into town after spending yesterday down at Mercer, where they put on a nice event featuring John Danford and Michael Zuckert as keynoters. I missed Danford’s talk on Tuesday evening, but Zuckert’s was a characteristically thoughtful and careful explication of the role of slavery in the "natural rights republic."

Kudos to Will Jordan and Matt Oberrieder (the organizers and co-directors of Mercer’s new center), and their very interesting group of colleagues at Mercer. I predict great things.

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I doubt the great things part. Maybe if they learn that students are worthy of equal treatment as people with supposed Ph. D's.

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