Leo Thuman is an undergraduate student at Case Western Reserve University in Ohio. A student on the pre-law track, Leo studies Political Science as a Major, and Economics as a Minor. Through his policy experience and Catholic faith, he has developed a strong belief that free practice of religion, respect for human dignity, and protection of the family are vital to human flourishing. He’s a native of the Baltimore area, and is a long-suffering Orioles fan. When he’s not busy writing or studying, Leo enjoys reading the news, watching hockey and football, and learning about Popes named Pius.
As Labor Day was earlier this month, it is worth considering that American Conservatism (not to mention strands of conservatism all over the world) has had varied views on the dignity of work and the place of workers in markets, throughout its intellectual history. The emergence of that very holiday, on which most of […]