3Young American Revolution
March 2009 / Issue 01
5 The End of Big-GovernmentConservatism
By W. James Antle III
Nixon, Ford, and both Bushes expanded the state and shrank their party.
9 The Battle for America’s Youth
By Daniel McCarthy
Obama thinks he owns the future. Ron Paul begs to differ.
13 Don’t Blame the Market
By �omas E. Woods Jr.
How the Federal Reserve caused the crash.
16 Speaking of Liberty
By Patrick J. Ford
An interview with Ron Paul — on 2012, his next book, and more.
21 God Is Antiwar
By George Hawley
The freedom movement provides a better homethan the Religious Right for Christian conservatives.
23 Buchanan Was Right
By Jack Hunter
Does the Ron Paul Revolution have a place for Pitchfork Pat?
25 National or Federal?
By Kevin R.C. Gutzman
The trouble with James Madison
37 Where Have All the Peacenicks Gone?
By John W. Payne
They don’t make antiwar rock like they used to.
Winning on PrincipleWelcome to the Young AmericanRevolution
By Kelse Moen
How institutions of highereducation have become toolsof the state
The Big Question27
Proﬁles in Liberty
By Trent Hill
Walter Block, radical hero
Revolution Comes to Campus
By Bonnie Kristian
On Inauguration Day, YoungAmericans for Liberty unmaskedthe real Obama.
The President’sNew Clothes
By Justin Page Wood
If young people knew what Obamareally stood for, they wouldn’tsupport him.
Improving Your Pitch
By Jim Lark
Tips for liberty-orientedcampus activists
Recruiting New Leaders
By Adam Guillette
How to plan for transition in youryouth organization
America’s First Dr. No
By Dylan Hales
Forgotten Founder, DrunkenProphet: The Life of Luther Martinby Bill Kauffman
Empire of Junk
By Nathan P. Origer
The Limits of Power: The End ofAmerican Exceptionalismby Andrew Bacevich
Illustration by Anthony Rousseau