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Dorothea Israel Wolfson
Dorothea Israel Wolfson is a freelance writer and has been teaching courses in American Political Thought in the Hopkins program for six years. She earned her Ph.D. in political theory from Cornell University's Department of Government. A former policy analyst at Empower America, she later collaborated with William J. Bennett to write Our Sacred Honor and Our Country's Founders. Among her most recent publications is an essay on Thomas Jefferson in The Founders' Almanac (Heritage Foundation, 2001).
Articles by Dorothea Israel Wolfson
Abigail Adams and her world.
Dorothea Israel Wolfson reviews "How to Create the Perfect Wife: Britain's Most Ineligible Bachelor and His Enlightened Quest to Train the Ideal Mate," by Wendy Moore.
A review of Family Politics: The Idea of Marriage in Modern Political Thought, by Scott Yenor
What led contemporary liberalism down the path of wholesale child neglect?
The sad end of children's literature.