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“I fear that Classical Liberals are shrinking as a scholarly force before the intellectual public.”

 

Where are today's scholarly products of Classical Liberal scholarship? Do Classical Liberals lack the incentives that there is not an immediate threat to “our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor?” Is our immediate situation so comfortable that there is no motivation to challenge opposing systems of ideas?

Can we feel confident that the intellectual power that existed in the past is continuing?

Leonard Liggio , General Meeting 2004, Salt Lake City


 
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More from Leonard

The London Times Literary Supplement (June 25, 2004) headlined the lead article: “The Shrinking State ” by Lord Skidelsky. Robert Skidelsky is the biographer of Lord Keynes. A TLS subtitle was: “The public domain is disappearing and no political magician can bring it back.”

My first reaction is to ask: What planet is he living on?