The Alexander Hamilton Society was mentioned in a piece — How Conservatives Captured the Law — published on Monday in the Chronicle of Higher Education.
The article, written by Michael Avery and Danielle McLaughlin, was published in coordination with the release date of their new book, The Federalist Society: How Conservatives Took the Law Back From Liberals.
“The Federalist Society has been so successful that organizations outside the field of law and policy have adopted its model… The Alexander Hamilton Society, dedicated to foreign, economic, and national-security policy, was founded in 2010. The group believes that foreign and domestic policy must be shaped to defend the principles of individual liberty, limited government, economic freedom, the rule of law, human dignity, and democracy. The Adam Smith Society was formed recently to achieve in business schools what the Federalist Society achieved in law schools, exposing students to the philosophical and moral underpinnings of capitalism. All three groups are building institutions based on student chapters. And all three groups subscribe to principles of individual liberty, limited government, and free markets.”