Today at Mere Orthodoxy, I argue that
the duty of the Christian statesman (or stateswoman) to the poor requires defending human rights, supplying urgent needs, reducing barriers to market entry, and guaranteeing access to the institutions of justice, seeking realistic, gradual reform as possible and prudent.
Of particular interest to readers of the PowerBlog, I dedicate substantial space to explaining and advocating for free markets:
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