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Political Economy & The State
Big Bills

How Western central bankers and Treasury Secretaries cater to illicit drug syndicates, money-launderers, racketeers, and kleptocrats.

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What’s God Got to Do with Religion?

A believer and an atheist seek out their antitheses. Do they meet somewhere in the middle, or pass in the murk of half-baked pseudo-syntheses?

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Great Wars and Great Peaces
A World Reimagined

Why 1814 should tell us more than 1914 about 2014.

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Gilding the Small Screen

Is television the new cinema? Just asking the question that way misses the point of both media.

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Gospel Truths

Mainline Protestantism didn’t secularize itself via the Social Gospel and become weaker as a religion; it became a new religion—and a powerful one, too.

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The Un-Tied Kingdom
Britain’s Shrinking Executive

Britain is leaping head first into the juridicalization of its politics. It will regret it.

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Homo Americanus
Irish I’s

All hell breaks loose, contemplatively speaking, when a retired prof goes looking for her great-grandmother in order to find herself.

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Political Economy & The State
The Twin Insurgency

The postmodern state is under siege from plutocrats and criminals who unknowingly compound each other’s insidiousness.

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The Electric Coachman

Two recent archival releases strengthen the case that Jimi Hendrix was more like Bach than he was like The Beatles.

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The Un-Tied Kingdom
Great Scot! The Madness of Late-Stage Nationalism

Alex Salmond wants to lead Scotland into independence on September 18—or does he?

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