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Hadley Arkes

Hadley Arkes is Edward Ney Professor of Jurisprudence and American Institutions at Amherst College and Vaughan Fellow in the Madison Program at Princeton University.


The law & Richard Epstein (Features) , June 2014, 4
Analyzing the views of the distinguished legal scholar Richard Epstein.

The living tradition (Features) , May 2012, 24
From "Remembering Hilton Kramer."

The prophets today (Books) , January 2003, 62
A review of The Prophets, by Norman Podhoretz.

Liberalism & the law (Features) , January 1999, 4
The fifth in a series titled The betrayal of liberalism

Paul Johnson's America (Features) , April 1998, 12
On A History of the American People by Paul Johnson

Jefferson on race & revolution (Features) , January 1997, 26
On The Long Affair: Thomas Jefferson & the French Revolution, 1785–1800 by Conor Cruise O’Brien

Recasting virtue (Books) , September 1996, 123
Review of Machiavelli's Virtue by Harvey C. Mansfield

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Young friends event: Bushwick Beat Nite

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