Private & Public Three Moral Economies of Data
A new way for thinking about how governments and societies choose to address the political, economic, and social implications of data and data-driven artificial intelligence.
The Kavanaugh Fight Being Morally Serious About the Supreme Court
The debate we should be having on Brett Kavanaugh turns on a crucial question: What sorts of youthful transgressions are forgivable, and which are disqualifying, for which jobs?
Count on It Dictatorships and Data Standards
Since the 19th century, government statistics have been central to our sense of shared social reality. Is that going away?
American Institutions Wanted: A Self-Draining Swamp
Perhaps the most insidious threat facing Western democracies has been the progressive decline of elite accountability and responsibility.
panem et circenses Is a Competent Trumpism Possible?
Could a more mainstream politician maintain or perhaps even improve on Trump’s coalition, while at the same time more effectively realizing his policy agenda?
European Disunion Back in the USSR
Is the European Union heading for a Soviet-style collapse?
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