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Scott Yenor is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Boise State university. He teaches political science philosophy and has also published on a variety of subjects, including the Scottish Enlightenment, the philosophic status of revealed religion, American literature, and the family in modern political thought.
Articles by Scott Yenor
We're all on the same team.
For religion to flourish in a modern democracy, certain conditions are required.
The tendency to subordinate religion to democracy may not prove irresistible.
Monogamous marriages register the facts of life, tame the penchants of the two sexes, and respond to the human aspiration for nobility.
The publication begun in 2002 of the American Presidents Series by Times Books is an important event.
The presidency of FDR, from the perspective of the post-Reagan era.