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  • A multitude of anniversaries

    • As we reach the end of 2017, we look back on several important anniversaries. The waning of 2017 invites a recap of all the year represented to me and the entire Acton universe. This is one
  • Broetje’s big garden

    • Sometime in the early 1960s, a teenager attended a church retreat on the problem of hunger in Yakima, Washington, with his youth group. There he heard a missionary speak about working with
  • Elinor Ostrom

    • Elinor Ostrom was a professor at Indiana University and the senior research director of the Vincent and Elinor Ostrom Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, which she and her
  • Acton Briefs

    • A collection of short essays by Acton writers, click a link to jump to that article: "Economic elites" by Kishore Jayabalan "Changing for the climate" by Gregory Jensen "How close are we to
  • Editor's Note

    • For this fall edition of Religion & Liberty , the cover story focuses heavily on an autumn staple: the apple. Over the summer I observed an Acton-sponsored event for pastors in Walla Walla,
  • Entrepreneurs all

    • Anyone can fulfill an entrepreneurial vocation. Everyone today is a critic of “soulless” market economies and the machine-like view of economies taken by professional economists who, on the
  • Michael Novak

    • Our Founders always wondered about how long it would last. The price of liberty is everlasting vigilance. You've got to be on your guard every minute or you will lose it. Michael Novak was
  • Working humans, working women

    • Women are called to the workplace, so how do we make it work? An interview with Katelyn Beaty. Where are the resources for Christian women called to the workplace? Why isn’t there a larger
  • Justice, applied equally

    • Oftentimes during prayer I reflect on my good fortune. I grew up in a loving Italian-American family during an amazing era of progress both economically and technologically. My Italian roots