Jacob Bruggeman

Jacob Bruggeman
Jacob Bruggeman is an honors student entering his fourth year at Miami University with majors in history and political science, and a combined BA – MA program in political science. Jacob was recently honored for his research as one of fifteen national recipients of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History’s 2017-2018 History Scholar awards, and is currently a Joanna Jackson Goldman Scholar at Miami. Jacob’s writing has been published on the American Enterprise Institute’s Values & Capitalism website, The Imaginative Conservative, by the Foundation for Economic Education, and in The New Herald—a journal he founded.

Recent Essays

To Make Housing Affordable, Act Locally

Even if you spend only a fraction of your day monitoring the news, you’ve probably caught wind of the nation’s affordable housing crisis. Disproportionately...

A Flexible Disposition

In 2018, to discuss America’s future is to discuss uncertainty. It is true, of course, that talking about the future—a predictive game dependent on...