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Indivisible: Social and Economic Foundations of American Liberty


Leading Conservatives Exchange Policy Perspectives

What do marriage, family, and religion have to do with property, free exchange, and profit? Washington policy circles may separate these into so-called “social” and “economic” issue sets, but for millions of Americans the dividing lines fade away in the reality of everyday life. Together these core social and economic ideas form the foundation of American liberty. Indivisible is a unique set of essays by well-known social and economic conservatives—each writing from the other’s perspective—to show the interdependence of these principles in advancing freedom and human dignity.

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Civil Society
Moral Arguments for Limiting Government
Joseph G. Lehman
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The Value of Wages
Bishop Harry R. Jackson, Jr.
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Rule of Law
Economic Prosperity Re quires the Rule
of Law
J. Kenneth Blackwell
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Why Faith Is a Good Investment
Arthur Brooks, Ph.D., and Robin Currie
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The Cause of Life Can't be Severed from the Cause of Freedom
Representative Paul Ryan
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International Trade
Why Trade Works for Family, Community, and Sovereignty
Ramesh Ponnuru
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Free Exchange
Morality and Economic Freedom
Jim Daly with Glenn T. Stanton
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A Culture of Responsibility
Edwin J. Feulner, Ph.D.
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The Limited-Government Case for Marriage
Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D.
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Property and the Pursuit of Happiness
Representative Michele Bachmann
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Prophets and Profit
Marvin Olasky, Ph.D.
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Conserving Creation
Tony Perkins
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Washington's War on the Family and Free Enterprise
Stephen Moore
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A Unified Vision for Education Choice
Randy Hicks
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