Lewis E. Lehrman

Lewis E. Lehrman is a noted writer, historian, philanthropist, business leader, and conservative activist.

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Slavery & Abortion

There was a time, 150 years ago, when American law held that all human beings were created equal — except for black human beings. American law currently holds that all human beings are equal — except for the unborn child. The Supreme Court of the United States did legalize de facto abortion on demand in … Read more

Capitalism: Only One Cheer

In America, we give three cheers to persons and things that earn our unrestrained approval: the American flag, the United States Marine Corps, Pope John Paul II. By this standard, I can give only a single cheer to capitalism. My friend Irving Kristol once wrote a book called Two Cheers for Capitalism. The phrase was … Read more

Crisis Partnership Dinner

On the evening following the Feast of the Triumph of the Cross, September 15, 1996, the Crisis Partnership honored Admiral Jeremiah and Mrs. Jane Denton or service to God, Church, and country at a dinner held at The Carlton in Washington, D.C. In 1996 the Dentons celebrated fifty years of marriage and the fiftieth anniversary … Read more

Slavery and Abortion

There was a time, 135 years ago, when American law held that all human beings were created equal—except for black human beings. American law currently holds that all human beings are equal—except for the unborn child. The Supreme Court of the United States did legalize de facto abortion on demand in 1973. But now the … Read more

Rule of Lawlessness: Why We Don’t Need the Supreme Court to Overturn Roe v. Wade

Today, in the great debate over the Constitution, we are faced with several unresolved but fundamental issues: Are the legal positivists and relativists right when they declare the American Constitution to be essentially what the legislators and Supreme Court justices say it to be? Are Supreme Court rulings and statutes unappealable even if such “law” … Read more

The Right to Life and the Restoration of the American Republic

The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States inaugurated not only the American experiment, but also one of the great economic booms in history. Americans moved West and South, labored North and East to till the soil, build roads, finance banks, invest in new technologies, discover new methods of farming, mining, and … Read more

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