Sam Gregg’s new book details how Catholics are embracing conservative economics . . .
Subtitled The Catholic Case for Limited Government, a Free Economy, and Human Flourishing, Gregg’s book shows how, over the past 50 years, increasing numbers of U.S. Catholics have abandoned the economic positions associated with Roosevelt’s New Deal and chosen to embrace the principles of economic freedom and limited government.
These ideas, upheld by Reagan and the Tea Party, are also deeply rooted in the American founding. Gregg argues that limited-government Catholics can help transform the wider movement to reground the U.S. upon the best insights of the American Experiment — and thereby save that Experiment itself.