Does Kauffman count as good Good Friday reading?By Jeremy Beer for FRONT PORCH REPUBLIC
Yes, I think, since this belated review of Uncle Bill’s bio of Luther Martin was written by a priest. Shockingly fair and perceptive given the movement quarters in which it appears.
I don’t keep track of such things: have the Tea Partiers, or the more serious among them, rediscovered and/or consciously tied themselves to the Anti-Federalists? Of course, my question assumes that the movement is not wholly anti-intellectual; this assumption may be even more of a stretch than that Kauffman is appropriate Good Friday material.