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New Year’s Essays


With a new year upon us and the election season truly getting under way, the new winter issue of National Affairs is now online to help you think through the issues. Among the offerings:
  • Scott Winship on the left’s distorted narrative of economic risk
  • Charles Calomiris on how to regulate the banks
  • Stuart Butler on why the higher-ed bubble is about to burst
  • Tevi Troy on the evolution of think tanks
  • William Schambra on what the Republican convention of 1912 has to tell us in 2012
And much more, including essays about putting inequality in perspective, about reclaiming the meaning of justice from the left, and about saving the pursuit of happiness from the welfare state. Some are free to all on our site, some are available only to subscribers—and here is where you can subscribe.


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