In April 2000, The Heritage Foundation brought together some of the nation’s most prominent thinkers to consider our nation’s first principles and how well they had fared over the course of the twentieth century.
The result is The Enduring Principles of the American Founding, a collection of essays by such notable authorities as Edwin Feulner, Michael Novak, Walter Williams, Charles Kesler, Malcolm Wallop, Kim Holmes, and Robert Bork. While each responded in their own way and raised different concerns, they all agree that the renewal of republican self-government in this country requires the revival of the principles of the American founding.
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