Sharansky’s strategy

We continue our debut of selected pieces from the just-publshed spring issue of the Claremont Review of Books with Professor Gerard Alexander’s review of Natan Sharanksy and Ron Dermer’s The Case for Democracy: The Power of Freedom to Overcome Tyranny and Terror. Alexander subjects the most notable of Sharansky’s arguments in the book to thoughtful scrutiny and finds it wanting:

Sharansky’s is a plea to recognize every peoples’ equal moral claim to freedom and to honor the persistence of human yearnings for it. This is a noble and ennobling message. But


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