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New Year’s Readings

A new year is upon us, and with it the Winter 2020 issue of National Affairs. It’s packed with essays that will help you make sense of our time. Among them:

  • Nicholas Eberstadt on what’s really driving male worklessness
  • James Piereson and Naomi Riley on the future of public universities
  • Arthur Milikh on how we can stop subsidizing academic radicalism
  • Michael Greve on the legitimacy of the Supreme Court
  • John Grove on some potential reforms of the Court
  • Christopher DeMuth on how Michael Uhlmann saved the Electoral College
  • John Murdock on the future of pro-life Democrats
  • Shep Melnick on some lessons of desegregation
  • Peter Schuck on why Americans are so frustrated
  • Stephen Eide on the upside of stigma
  • Joseph Loconte on key distinctions among liberalisms
  • Harvey Mansfield on why political scientists can’t make sense of our partisanship

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Happy reading and happy new year.

Yuval Levin is the director of social, cultural, and constitutional studies at the American Enterprise Institute and the editor of National Affairs.