“Lost in the Marketplace of Ideas: Conspiracy Theory and our Outdated First Amendment?”

This is the third in a series of several essays by different authors on the issue of conspiracies.  This series is sponsored by Claremont McKenna’s Salvatori Center for the Study of Individual Freedom Stephen Macedo is the Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor … Continue reading “Lost in the Marketplace of Ideas: Conspiracy Theory and our Outdated First Amendment?”

What’s the Question to which Patriotism is supposed to be the Answer?

This is the seventh in a series of several essays by different authors on the issue of patriotism. This series is sponsored by Claremont McKenna’s Salvatori Center for the Study of Individual Freedom. Jan-Werner Müller is Roger Williams Straus Professor of … Continue reading What’s the Question to which Patriotism is supposed to be the Answer?

On Patriotism, Social Criticism, and the Quest for a Just American Democracy

This is the sixth in a series of several essays by different authors on the issue of patriotism. This series is sponsored by Claremont McKenna’s Salvatori Center for the Study of Individual Freedom. Elizabeth Beaumont is Associate Professor and Director of … Continue reading On Patriotism, Social Criticism, and the Quest for a Just American Democracy

Sinister Syncopation: The “New Conspiracism” Meets the Intellectuals of the Reactionary Right

This is the second in a series of several essays by different authors on the issue of conspiracies.  This series is sponsored by Claremont McKenna’s Salvatori Center for the Study of Individual Freedom. Laura Field is a scholar in residence at … Continue reading Sinister Syncopation: The “New Conspiracism” Meets the Intellectuals of the Reactionary Right