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Peter McNamara teaches political theory at Utah State University. He is author of, most recently, The Noblest Minds: Fame, Honor, and the American Founding (Rowman & Littlefield).
Articles by Peter McNamara
It’s one thing to say that Adam Smith is not Milton Friedman but quite another to say that he is not Adam Smith.
Wealth cannot be reduced to material causes, but is the result of new ideas.
Unpacking the clash between Hamilton and Jefferson in George Washington's administration.
Peter McNamara reviews "George Washington: America's First Progressive," by W. B. Allen, "The Ascent of George Washington: The Hidden Political Genius of an American Icon," by John Ferling, and "The Political Philosophy of George Washington," by Jeffry H. Morrison
Acknowledging Hayek's contributions to economics and the defeat of 20th century totalitarianism.
In these pages, one finds Hamilton, the friend of republicanism and humanity.