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If the free market is so great, why does the economy always seem to be in crisis? The Constitution was written so long ago, when life was so different than it is today. Why should we constrain ourselves within its limits? As long as one’s actions don’t hurt anyone else, isn’t true freedom all about letting people do what they want? What happened to live and let live? Since 1953 The Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI) a non-profit, non-partisan, tax-exempt educational organization, has been asking and answering questions like these to inspire college students to discover and embrace the principles and virtues that make America free and prosperous. Through lectures, publications, and a host of programs aimed at America's college youth, ISI explores the meaning and application of our nation's founding principles — limited government, individual liberty, personal responsibility, the rule of law, market economy, and moral norms.

If the free market is so great, why does the economy always seem to be in crisis? The Constitution was written so long ago, when life was so different than it is today. Why should we constrain ourselves within its limits? As long as one’s actions don’t hurt anyone else, isn’t true freedom all about letting people do what they want? What happened to... Show more

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