Bringing together classical liberal scholars in the Carolinas region.
An interdisciplinary journal focused on government and public policy in North and South Carolina.
Exchange Opportunities Between Think Tanks and Academia: Allocation Versus Symbiosis in the Structure of Intellectual Production
Edward J. Lopez
Pages: 7 – 23 | First Published: January 2022
The Short-run Impacts of the COVID-19 Recession in North Carolina
Craig Depkin & John Connaughton
Pages: 24 – 41 | First Published: January 2022
Moonshiner Reactions to the Legalization of Craft Distilling in North Carolina
Maggie Hooks & George Ehrhardt
Pages: 42 – 57 | First Published: January 2022
What Do Voting Results of the 2016 Election Tell Us About Bias Response Teams?
Ramon DeGennaro & Reid Parker
Pages: 58 – 82 | First Published: January 2022
The Struggle of a Better World
By Peter J. Boettke. Arlington, VA: Mercatus Center, 2021. Pp. 340. $24.95, hardcover
Book Review by: Richard M. Ebeling, The Citadel
Pages: 83 – 88 | First Published: January 2022
The Fabric of Civilization: How Textiles Made the World
By Virginia Postrel. New York: Basic Books, 2020. Pp. vii, 304. $30 hardcover
Book Review by: Robert Whaples, Wake Forest University
Pages: 89 – 92 | First Published: January 2022
Beyond Politics: The Roots of Government Failure
By Randy T. Simmons. Oakland, CA: Independent Institute, 2011. Pp. 357. $22.95, softcover
Book Review by: Adam C. Smith, Johnson & Wales University
Pages: 93 – 96 | First Published: January 2022
William Woods Holden was Impeached for Ending a Ku Klux Klan Insurrection. A Full Pardon is in Order.
Arch T. Allen & Jane Shaw Stroup
Pages: 97 – 102 | First Published: January 2022
Long- and Short-Term Effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic on Higher Education in the United States
Pages: 103 – 108 | First Published: January 2022
The 2020 Elections in North Carolina
Pages: 109 – 113 | First Published: January 2022
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