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To Pick a President: The First in the Nation Summit

To Pick a President: The First in the Nation Summit

It has been said that Iowa picks corn, but New Hampshire picks presidents. And it is probably a good thing that it the Live Free or Die state, where a… Read more »

State of Liberty

State of Liberty

What would a truly free society look like? I got a glimpse of the future when I attended the Free State Project’s ninth annual Liberty Forum on March 7. The… Read more »

The Review in Review

The Review in Review

Editor’s Note: Without a doubt, it has been a banner year for The Dartmouth Review. As Volume 34 draws to a close, we thought it timely to review and reflect… Read more »

The Spectacle of Andrew Lohse

The Spectacle of Andrew Lohse

On Tuesday, February 10, Andrew Lohse was back in Hanover. After speaking earlier in the week to a freshman writing course that read his controversial memoir, Confessions of an Ivy… Read more »

Moving Dartmouth Forward: The Reaction

Moving Dartmouth Forward: The Reaction

President Phil Hanlon, at long last, released his Moving Dartmouth Forward package of reforms. Hanlon is attempting to address sexual assault, high-risk drinking, and exclusivity—behaviors that he feels are “hijacking”… Read more »

Sorens on Liberty

Sorens on Liberty

Editors Note: Jason Sorens is a Lecturer in the Department of Government, the Program Director of the Political Economy Project (PEP), and the President and Founder of Ethics and Economics… Read more »

America at a Crossroads

America at a Crossroads

Dinesh D’Souza is no doubt a brilliant man. A talented orator and communicator, he has held his own against intellectual heavyweights such as the late Christopher Hitchens and stands as… Read more »

The Man Who Would Be Governor

The Man Who Would Be Governor

Paul LePage, Maine’s Governor, is a colorful—and controversial—political figure. His occasionally outrageous comments have undoubtedly gotten him into trouble with the press; Politico once called him “America’s Craziest Governor,” while… Read more »

An Extended Conversation with Jim Rubens

An Extended Conversation with Jim Rubens

Editor’s note: The Dartmouth Review had the pleasure of sitting down with former state senator and U.S. Senate candidate Jim Rubens. A liberty Republican, Rubens is a passionate and articulate… Read more »

A NH Election Postmortem

A NH Election Postmortem

In the aftermath of the midterm elections, the Live Free or Die state was left a pale shade of blue, in sharp contrast to the rest of the nation, now… Read more »