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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 »

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 »

Recap of the Climate Panel

Recap of the Climate Panel

The majority of America seems to have agreed that humans have had a noticeable and negative impact on our environment; yet, we have still not taken unified steps towards dealing… Read more »

A Noteworthy Social Justice Celebration

A Noteworthy Social Justice Celebration

In a period of myriad protests, (dis)orientation guides, and Twitter trends in the name of a rather hazy conception of “social justice,” the Olga Guss Lewin Fellowship’s Social Justice Celebration… Read more »

College Rankings

College Rankings

In 2007, the U.S. News website received ten million views within the three days of its release of its college rankings. From this platform, U.S. News and its counterparts help… Read more »

Reactions to Deresiewicz

Reactions to Deresiewicz

On July 21, former Yale professor William Deresiewicz published an article entitled “Don’t Send Your Kid to the Ivy League” in The New Republic. The past two weeks have seen… Read more »

Freedom Rings In New Hampshire

Freedom Rings In New Hampshire

On April 12, in a “cattle call” billed as the start of the 2016 Republican primary season, potential presidential hopefuls and approximately seven hundred party loyalists descended upon Manchester, New… Read more »

David Dollar Diplomacy

David Dollar Diplomacy

With the People’s Republic of China predicted to surpass the United States in purchasing power parity this year and a steady drum-beat of North American leftists extolling a supposedly superior… Read more »