Ken Masugi

About Ken Masugi

Ken Masugi is a Senior Fellow of the Claremont Institute. He teaches in graduate programs in political science for Johns Hopkins University and for the Ashbrook Center of Ashland University. He has edited Interpreting Tocqueville’s Democracy in America, co-edited The Progressive Revolution in Politics and Political Science, and co-authored and co-edited several other books on American politics and political thought. In addition, he has worked ten years in the federal government as a speechwriter and on policy issues, at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, where he was a special assistant to Chairman Clarence Thomas, and the Departments of Justice and Labor.

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Is Putin a New Hero of the Right?

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Silvio Berlusconi Meets With Vladimir PutinWhich President advocated the following conservative notions in his State of the Union Address? Restoring local government, reviving charities, freeing business from regulation, denouncing the education bureaucracy, tightening the borders, and strengthening “the values of traditional families.”

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Seven Score and Ten Years Ago

The Conscience of a Madisonian Conservative

Sam Tanenhaus’ Calhounian Discipleship

Originalism and Religious LIberty

Making Free Men and Women

Obama as Originalist Orator

Steven Eagle on Eminent Domain

Straussian Civil Wars

Monumental Disasters

Quotas for Criminals

Drafting Libertarians

Puritan Boston, Quaker America

Libertarian Wars

The Real America

Counting by Race at Hillsdale

The Right against America

Of Sophists and Serial Killers

Why Coolidge Matters

An Occupy Wall Street Immigration Policy

Needed: A New Science of Political Freedom