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Ronald W. Dworkin

Ronald W. Dworkin is a physician and political scientist. His other writing can be found at
Articles by Ronald W. Dworkin

Woke Capital: A Dialectical History

In 1654, Peter Stuyvesant, director general of New Amsterdam (later New York) barred Jews from entering the colony. Then all progressive hell broke loose. Under pressure from shareholders, the Dutch West India Company reversed Stuyvesant’s decision and grad­ually “cancelled” him. It was an early example of political activism in business…

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Capitalism’s Character Types

Writing in the Atlantic, in an article titled “How Democrats Lost Their Way on Immigration” (July/August 2017), Peter Beinart asks why Democrats moved from evenhandedness on the issue of immigration to a fervent belief in open borders. Why did they move from support for patriotism to contempt for the nation-state? Why do they refuse to…

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