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John Zvesper, an American political scientist who resides in Europe, is a fellow of the Claremont Institute, and author of several books, including From Bullets to Ballots: The Election of 1800 and the First Peaceful Transfer of Political Power and Nature and Liberty.
Articles by John Zvesper
The failures of French politics.
A review of Locke's Education for Liberty, by Nathan Tarcov
A review of The CONSERVATIVE FOUNDATIONS OF THE LIBERAL ORDER: Defending Democracy against Its Modern Enemies and Immoderate Friends , by Daniel J. Mahoney
The impact and limits of philosophical thinking in the political world.
Correcting the myth that America and France are sister republics with shared ideals, purposes, and strategies.
A review of The American Founding and the Social Compact edited by Ronald J. Pestritto and Thomas G. West
France could have taken liberal roads during Napoleon's rule, if Napoleon had wanted to.
A review of A Leap in the Dark: The Struggle to Create the American Republic, by John Ferling