“We summoned all the most relevant saints to our cause, and we knew it was their cause, too; the cause was simple and limitless at the same time, and the name for it, which we all seemed to know from infancy, was freedom.”


This story is the first 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. “Why are we going to America?” . . . “We were born American, but in the wrong place”