The Independent Review - Spring 2017

Publisher: Independent Institute
Category: News, Politics
Language: English
Frequency : Quarterly

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The Independent Review is the acclaimed interdisciplinary journal devoted to the study of political economy and the critical analysis of government policy. The Independent Review is thoroughly researched, peer-reviewed, and based on scholarship of the highest caliber. However, unlike so many other journals, it is also provocative, lucid, and written in an engaging style. Ranging across the fields of economics, political science, law, history, philosophy, and sociology, The Independent Review boldly challenges the politicization and bureaucratization of our world, featuring in-depth examinations of past, present, and future policy issues by some of the world's leading scholars and experts. Undaunted and uncompromising, this is the journal that is pioneering future debate!

Hamilton: An American Musical, the smash-hit Broadway show, tells a compelling tale about the first Treasury Secretary of the United States. The Spring 2017 issue of The Independent Review features a symposium about Hamilton and its potential impact on our political culture. Our contributors explore: the political uses of mythmaking about the American Founders, whether or not great art can also be great history, Hamilton’s fitness as a hero for our own age, and Hamilton’s legacy for U.S. financial history. The symposium closes with an economic historian’s critique of Hamilton the musical—in verse. Rounding out the Spring issue are articles about Canada’s economic transformation, political dysfunction and constitutional drift, the weakening of property rights in North Carolina, George Gilder’s take on where Wall Street went wrong—and six insightful book reviews.

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