Minnesota Law Review
Over the past two and a quarter centuries, Americans have understood rights and liberties in a variety of different ways. What I hope to do in this essay is to describe the two most prominent traditions of our heritage of liberty, and then to explore a way in which we might reconcile the conflicts between them and make both traditions useful in the service of liberty today.
Without Virtue There Can Be No Liberty, 78 Minnesota Law Review. 61
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