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Working It Out
Debunking Economic Piety

Oren Cass explains why a focus on consumption has led our economic policy astray, and how we can create a labor market that puts workers first. (A transcript from our podcast.)

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Reading Last Year
The Top Books of 2017

A short list of things you should have read last year.

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Jefferson and Adams
Finding the Founding Fathers

Gordon Wood illuminates the complex relationship between Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. (A transcript from our podcast.)

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Liberalism
Schlesinger’s Vital Center

It was not “the so-called ‘middle of the road’ preferred by cautious politicians.”

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Terrible Talent
Studying Stalin

Unpacking the Great Terror, the Holodomor, and the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact on the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution. (A transcript from our podcast.)

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Consolidation or Catastrophe?
UK Election Live-Blog [CLOSED]

Up-to-the-minute commentary as the results trickle in.

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Let's Make a Deal
A Brexit Game of Chicken

The negotiations between the UK and the EU are as good as rigged to blow up. And if they do, the EU would be the bigger loser.

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The Future of Europe
The Darling Buds of May

Theresa May is going to win the election. The question is by how much.

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Ruling Britannia
The Invisible Prime Minister

Clement Attlee was a much better politician, and a much more learned man, than popular memory gives him credit for.

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After Brexit
What to Make of May’s Cabinet

Lenin once observed that in some decades nothing happens, and in some weeks, decades happen. That is the position in which Brexit Britain finds itself today.

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