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Indivisble: Social and Economic Foundations of American Liberty

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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Indivisble: Social and Economic Foundations of American Liberty

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• 88 pages
• Leading conservatives exchange policy perspectives, as economic experts write on social issues and vice versa
• Featuring short essays by Jennifer Marshall, Rep. Michele Bachmann, Bishop Harry Jackson, Rep. Paul Ryan, Tony Perkins, Arthur Brookers, Joseph Lehrman, J. Kenneth Blacwell, Jim Daly, Jennifer Roback Morse, Marvin Olasky, Stephen Moore, Ramesh Ponnuru, Randy Hicks and Ed Feulner