Tag Archives: John Lewis

Understanding Terrorist Organizations and The DIM Hypothesis

Back in September 2001, I was taking a class titled “The Politics of the Middle East and North Africa,” which took an immediate unexpected significance following the 9-11 attacks.  Over the next couple years, on the topic of terrorism, I … Continue reading

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When Muslims Speak of Freedom

  Creator unknown In Solon the Thinker, John David Lewis makes a brilliant integration about the concept of political freedom in the ancient world that is particularly relevant today: It is a serious matter for political thought that Solon’s first … Continue reading

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Top 10 Books for Selfish Citizens, 3rd Quarter 2012

The following are the top 10 books for July – September 2012 as identified by the readers of Selfish Citizenship. Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand The Mystery of Capital: Why Capitalism Triumphs in the West and Fails Everywhere Else by … Continue reading

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