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Garden-Variety Geopolitics: A Review of The Jungle Grows Back

Robert Kagan has a refreshingly un-Whiggish description on the liberal world order. But his prescriptions inherit no such imagination.
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A Manifesto for Classical Liberalism

That's right. You have never debated someone like me before.
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Against the Zeitgeist

Libertarianism ought to be a nonpolitical movement, but that's not what zeitgeist libertarianism stands for
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The Decline of the Imperial Aesthetic

The Plattenbau, being the remnant of an overcome social order, encapsulates the anachronism that is mid-century modernism.
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The Wrong Kind of Jurisdictional Competition

Cities shouldn't hesitate to enact pro-growth policies, but the Amazon HQ2 scramble was a sham from the start.
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The New Liberum Veto

While Poland-Lithuania vanished long ago, its liberum veto has found new life in the urban centers of California.
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Oblivious Eros

America after the sexual revolution.
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Invoking Liberation: A Review of Provocations

Camille Paglia's latest book, a compilation of her own work, carries an air of finality.
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Media Bias and the Mob

What structural anthropology can tell us about the polarized press.
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Epistemology at Scale

The campaign against Brett Kavanaugh was the perfect crime: smuggling empathetic truths into a situation too universal for empathy.