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… freedom can exist at no lesser price than the danger of damnation; and if freedom is indeed the essence of man’s being, that which distinguishes him from the beasts, he must be free to choose his worst as well as his best end. Unless he can choose his worst, he cannot choose his best.
Frank S. Meyer, In Defense of Freedom [1962]


March 28, 2023

Is Putin Copying Woodrow Wilson?
The Russian government has been cracking down on Russian citizens who criticize the Russian war on Ukraine. A New York Times article last week described 20-year-old university student Olesya Krivtsova, who was charged with “justifying terrorism” and “discrediting the Russian armed forces” after posting what officials considered was an offensive message on Instagram. She isn’t the only one. According to the …

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