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  • Acton Briefs: Summer 2018

    • A collection of short essays by Acton writers, click a link to jump to that article: AU and building the free society by Jenna Suchyta Westminster Abbey praises God for the NHS by Noah Gould
  • The return of nature worship

    • We live in decadent times. Universal human rights have not been fully attained, yet radical environmentalists insist that flora, fauna and even geological features and structures should be
  • Sister Mary Kenneth Keller

    • For the first time, we can now mechanically simulate the cognitive process. –Sister Mary Kenneth Keller Sister Mary Kenneth Keller established herself as a strong influence in the world of
  • The politics of apocalypse

    • "Disarmageddon” is what The Economist earlier this year called “complacent, reckless leaders” who “have forgotten how valuable it is to restrain nuclear weapons.” The politics of nuclear
  • Editor's Note: Summer 2018

    • In early July, an Indian court issued a ruling that accorded the status of “legal person or entity” to animals in the state, saying “they have a distinct persona with corresponding rights,
  • Edith Penrose

    • I don’t take sides. I just gather facts and if people don’t like my work they just don’t like the facts. –Edith Penrose Economist Edith Penrose helped bridged the gap between economics and
  • Acton Briefs: Spring 2018

    • A collection of short essays by Acton writers, click a link to jump to that article: Free trade and Brexit can help Africa flourish by Ibrahim B. Anoba French strike for the right to retire