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Communities may restrain liberty. These social features of human nature are as much a part of our mental furniture as the love of liberty—perhaps more so. In response to: Can Libertarianism Be a Governing Philosophy? More Responses No, But Classical Liberalism Can by Nathan W. Schlueter If libertarians are not...

Today the justices kick off the March session by hearing oral argument in Sveen v. Melin, which asks whether a state law that automatically nullifies the designation of a former spouse as a life-insurance beneficiary upon divorce violates the Constitution’s contracts clause. Amy Howe had...