Summer is here and the new summer issue of National Affairs is now online, packed with essays to get you through those hot vacation days. Among the offerings:
Adam White on Obama’s cynical energy agenda
Chris DeMuth on how we might rein in the regulatory state
Jonathan Caulkins and Michael Lee on what the economics of drug legalization would really look like
Amy Wax on the folly of “disparate impact” jurisprudence
Meghan Clyne on Laura Ingalls Wilder as a teacher of liberty
Scott Gottlieb on the culture of the FDA
and much more (including essays by Leon Kass, Josh Barro, and others). Some are free to all, others available only to subscribers, and here is where you can subscribe (to also get the journal in print, which might make for easier beach reading).