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On Refugees and Racism: Germany’s Immigration Crisis

On Refugees and Racism: Germany’s Immigration Crisis

Wir schaffen das! With these words, Angela Merkel, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany since 2005, opened the floodgates both literally and figuratively to both millions of Syrian refugees… Read more »

Politics in NH: the “First in the Nation”

Politics in NH: the “First in the Nation”

I still remember my first experience in New Hampshire politics, and what an experience it was. Eagerly, I woke myself up at 5 A.M. in the hope that I might… Read more »

Dean-Bailey in the State House

Dean-Bailey in the State House

Races for the New Hampshire State House of Representatives are usually small and unexciting affairs, often requiring little more than door-to-door campaigning and a few hundred dollars for yard signs… Read more »

On Civilization and Barbarism

On Civilization and Barbarism

One of the best aspects of the undergraduate experience at Dartmouth is our community’s commitment to be intellectually engaged, not only in the classroom but also in a wide array… Read more »

“Leaks, Spies, & Lies” with Robert Booth

“Leaks, Spies, & Lies” with Robert Booth

On Tuesday, April 28, the Dickey Center hosted a lecture by Robert Booth, the former Deputy Director of the State Department’s Office of Counterintelligence. Mr. Booth began his career in… Read more »

Fighting Campus Injustice with FIRE

Fighting Campus Injustice with FIRE

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) is a non-partisan, non-profit organization with the mission of defending free speech and due process rights of college students and faculty from all across… Read more »

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 »

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 »

Free Markets and Climate Change Forum at Dartmouth

Free Markets and Climate Change Forum at Dartmouth

The Upper Valley Sierra Club, The Dartmouth Review, and the Environmental Studies Program at Dartmouth sponsored a forum on free market solutions to climate change, which took place on October… Read more »