Princeton’s Robert George devotes NCSU Pope Lecture to links between limited, constitutional government and civic virtue
Neither the Bill of Rights nor judicial review provides the greatest protection against government encroachment on liberty. Instead the American Founders devised a constitutional system that depended for its success on civic virtue.
Princeton professor Robert George made that argument during Thursday’s 10th annual John W. Pope Lecture at N.C. State University. Click play below to watch the 90-minute program.