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This morning, at around 7:00 AM, Cosmo started barking. But it wasn’t his usual “squirts in the wire!” (Trans: “Squirrels inside the perimeter”) bark. I went to the door to see what the rumpus was. A fresh copy — hot off the presses — of the Public Interest was at my door. The PI has long been one of my favorite publications (I used to hang out with the editors when I was at AEI). Anyway, I just thought it was kind of funny to have a quarterly public policy journal delivered to my house like it was a bag of fresh bread from the bakery. Thank goodness it got here today!

By the way, it does look like a great issue, including a lead piece by James Ceaser on “The Genealogy of Anti-Americanism” and a tease of Charles Murray’s new book, which some of us have been waiting for for a very long time.

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