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Alexander Hale

Posts by Alexander Hale

Alexander Hale was selected as a 2019 Blog Contributor for the Faith & Public Life blog and is a junior business fellow majoring in finance, political science, and philosophy at Baylor University, while additionally pursuing a great texts minor within the Baylor honors program. He is also an analyst for the Baylor Angel Network, is the founder and president of Baylor's Alexander Hamilton Society Chapter, and is a member of AEI's Executive Council chapter at Baylor. Alex spent his last two summers in Washington, DC as the American Enterprise Institute's Values and Capitalism intern and as an intern for U.S. Senator Ben Sasse (NE).

Something Must Give

“When we fight you, we make sure you can’t get away.” This is the message then-revolutionary leader Mao Tse-tung wanted his enemies to hear. Yet Chiang Kai-shek, the leader of the Chinese Nationalists, found this rival of his to be a fool. A military man with rigid,...

China Holds No Cards

It was 2 a.m., and my father and I had finally settled down for our flight from Shanghai to Beijing. Bleary-eyed, I was about to drift off to sleep, when I felt a tap on my shoulder. I hadn’t realized it, but there was a Chinese teenager more or less my age sitting...

Click of a Button: Implications of a Twittering President

Holding the highest office in the United States of America can be the loneliest of positions. It certainly is a role that no one can relate to. That’s why communication is key for our presidents. It’s fascinating to dig through old documents that time has yellowed to...