|Beck, Albert||Freedom to Do That Which Is Right|
A look at the early American synthesis of liberty and virtue, which had its foundation deeply set in religious observance. Mr. Beck's essay was the First Place choice in 1997 in the annual essay contest sponsored by the Acton Institute. The contest theme was "Freedom and Order" and the winning essays explored the role of religion in promoting the concepts of order and personal morality which are essential to freedom.
Originally published by the Acton Institute. Republished with the permission of the Institute.