Autumnal Essays

by Yuval Levin
With summer coming to a close, the new fall issue of National Affairs is now online and packed with thoughtful essays. Among the offerings:
  • Peter Skerry on the evolution of the American Muslim community
  • Christopher DeMuth on competition and the Constitution
  • John Cochrane on the real reason to worry about inflation
  • Scott Sumner on why the Fed should adopt nominal-GDP targeting
  • Andrew Biggs on the virtues and vices of means testing
  • Rick Hess on the costs of our obsession with educational achievement gaps (one of several education essays in this issue)
  • Algis Valiunas on how intellectuals caricature the business world
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).

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