The Free and the Virtuous: Why the Founders Knew That Character Mattered


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What did liberty mean to the American founding fathers? It was not just about limited government, protecting rights, and leaving people free to live their own definition of the good life. It was to be a movement toward the highest human flourishing. A new genus of liberty had taken root here in the fresh American soil, and there was a special something-a moral discipline-that was inherent in the American character that would allow it to thrive. Above all, real liberty was dependent upon good character. The new nation had ...

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