The new summer issue of National Affairs is now online, packed with thoughtful essays to help you get through the second annual “recovery summer.” Among the offerings:
- Arnold Kling and Nick Schulz on how health care and education have come to dominate our economy, and why that should worry us.
- Eric Claeys on why we should not take it for granted that the Supreme Court’s conservative justices will vote to overturn Obamacare.
- Donald Marron on how the right kind of tax reform could help cut federal spending.
- Avik Roy on how to save Medicare from itself.
- Fred Barnes on what Canada can teach us about averting a fiscal crisis.
- Henry Olsen on what the history of Republican primary elections should teach next year’s candidates.
- Jay Cost on the two parties and the desperate need for a genuine prosperity agenda.
And much more. Some are free to all on our site, some are available only to subscribers (and here is where you can subscribe — to also get the journal in print, which makes for easier beach reading).
While you’re at our website, you should also have a look at our past issues, browse the complete archives of The Public Interest, and get to know our regular web feature, “Findings,” which offers a daily summary of academic studies on various subjects — from the serious to the surreal to the sublime.