Spring is finally here, and with it is the new spring issue of National Affairs. Among the offerings this time:
Scott Winship on why and how disability insurance needs to change
Avik Roy and Darin Selnick on how market principles can transform veterans’ health care
Mario Loyola on an astonishing new EPA power grab
Peter Augustine Lawler on what higher education is for
Ilya Shapiro on liberty after Hobby Lobby
Joel Alicea on the struggle for the soul of constitutional originalism
And much more, from rethinking housing policy to learning from Ben Wattenberg to cleaning up Congress, among other subjects. 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).