Glenn Ellmers is on a roll. His important book, The Soul of Politics, his substantial responses to early reviews of his book, and other independent reviews and essays are developing an analysis of the conditions of freedom in America that is rigorous philosophically, deeply serious politically, and stylistically rousing—a combination hard to achieve or to resist. It is a combination brought near perfection in the best writings of his teacher, Harry Jaffa, whose thought is alive in Glenn’s writing and is the subject of his book . . . To continue reading, please click here.