“Peter made many more American friends who would go on to spend their lives, as he would, studying what his father had not needed to study: what it means to be a free man. And so what it means to be an American.”


This story is the fourth in a series of seven about an immigrant boy who became my good friend and holds a special place in the history of the Claremont Institute. He always regarded the human mind as free to be determined by the truth about the greatest questions