The third entry in the Society for U.S. Intellectual History's online roundtable about my book, A Commercial Republic: America's Enduring Debate over Democratic Capitalism, posted this morning. After Tuesday's entry from Tim Lacy, and Lawrence Glickman's post yesterday, the latest review breaks with the trend a bit. That is to say, its writer, Stewart Winger, finds little of value in the book. In his view, its thesis is fairly obvious and not even advanced consistently. He has other concerns too: it's not short. You can read it here.