This year, for the first time in its ten-year history, The Federalist Society convened in a world no longer haunted by the specter of a global communist empire. Seventy-four years after its creation, Lenin's Union of Soviet Socialist Republics had shattered into many fragments; more importantly, his political philosophy had taken its well-deserved place on the "ash heap of history."
Steven G. Calabresi & Gary Lawson,
Foreword: Two Visions of the Nature of Man
Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy
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