Whittaker Chambers’ “Witness” is a classic of American literature and Biden should heed its discourse on Freedom
Michael LuccheseFebruary 15, 2023
In seeking the ultimate aim of World War II, William Adams Brown candidly reiterates in this article, originally published on March 22, 1943, in Christianity and Crisis, the enduring broadly applicable political truth that security is a precondition for democracy. Brown adds that while democracy is the superior form of government, it is best promoted by first reinforcing an inter-state international order. The mutual trust formed by open discourse is the basis of democracy; excluding illiberal forces from that discourse actively hampers the goal of spreading democracy.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineMarch 15, 2018