Law, Morality, and Religion

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A paleoconservative thinks about the law the way Edmund Burke did. The basis of all law is the will of God or, to use the term employed by Blackstone (another hero of paleoconservatives), "natural law." According to natural law as understood by Blackstone, Burke, and our late 18th-century . . .

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