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The ‘Success Sequence’ is About More Than Economic Outcomes

Stable families are a good path out of poverty, but they are also a good in themselves.
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The Right Needs Joy

If you really wish to “red-pill the normies,” you must show them how to love.
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A.I. ‘Bias’ Doesn’t Mean What Journalists Say it Means

The difference between an algorithm's output and wishful thinking is not bias.
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Silicon Valley Struggle Sessions

The American techno-state has, after religion, become more fundamentalist.
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Putting Hardcore Activism to Work for You

Polite participation isn't enough for everybody, but the right is bad at putting those energies to use
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Psycho Politics

On the left, liberalism has been consumed by universalism. On the right, it has been thoroughly demoralized.
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A Question of Merit

With or without a change in law, affirmative action will give way to reality.
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Why Liechtenstein Works: Self-Determination and Market Governance

Prince Hans-Adam II brought competition to the state itself.
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Late Feminism

Woman's biological niche is being crowded out by capital.
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It’s Lit: Youth Culture and the Possible Resurrection of Savonarola

Savonarola's example, and indeed his glamor, will always be compelling.