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The Spring National Affairs

Spring is here, and with it the new spring issue of National Affairs, filled with insight, analysis, and conservative policy ideas—remember those? 

Our lead piece, by Sally Satel and E. Fuller Torrey, is about how the federal government can stop doing harm to America’s mental-health system (and let’s face it, lots of conservatives are thinking about mental health these days). We also have a four-essay symposium on how to restrain the administrative state, and essays on the errors of judicial supremacists, the trouble with trust-fund budgeting, learning the lessons of the War on Poverty, the importance of “cultural intelligence” and much more. Some are available to all, some only to subscribers, and here is where you can subscribe.

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

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