3Young American Revolution
June 2009 / Issue 02
5 The Next Ron Paul?
By Jack Hunter
South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford isn’t perfect— but he may be the anti-Obama we need.
8 Audit the Fed!
By Matthew Hawes
From deals with foreign governments to inﬂating our currency,our central bank’s secrecy has been a cover for fraud.
10 Tea Parties and Tax Revolts
By W. James Antle III
Americans rebel against pork and big-government.
12 The New Left Was Right
By Dylan Hales
The earliest 1960s radicals opposed “corporate liberalism”— as the Revolution does today.
18 Enemy of the State
By Kelse Moen
Emory’s Donald Livingston champions the cause Leviathanfears most—secession.
26 The Trouble With Burke
By George Hawley
The ﬁght for liberty must be radical, not counter-revolutionary.
34 We Don’t Need Another Hero
By Franklin Harris
Alan Moore’s Watchmen remains a stirring warning againstabsolute power
Prelude to a Revolution
By Gregory L. Schneider
What Young Americans for Libertycan learn from Young Americansfor Freedom
The Revolution Comes to CPAC
By Patrick J. Ford
Amid the has-beens of movementconservatism, Ron Paul stagesan insurgency.
Who Owns You?
By David Gordon
The philosophical justiﬁcations for liberty.
Who Killed Our Economy?
By Christopher Best
Meltdown: A Free-Market Look at Why theStock Market Collapsed, the EconomyTanked, and Government Bailouts WillMake Things Worseby Thomas E. Woods Jr.
Conserving the Constitution
By Mark Nugent
Defending the Republic: ConstitutionalMorality in a Time of CrisisBruce P. Frohnen andKenneth L. Grasso, eds.
Art for Survival’s Sake
By Jeremy Lott
The Art Instinct: Beauty,Pleasure, and Human Evolutionby Dennis Dutton
Liberty at the Oscars
By John Payne
The award for pro-freedom ﬁlmof the year goes to…
Illustration by Anthony Rousseau