The Corner

Politics & Policy

Spring Reading

Spring has sprung, and with it the Spring 2019 issue of National Affairs. Among the offerings this time:

  • Oren Cass with two cheers for dynamism
  • Ryan Streeter on the politics of social capital
  • Andrew Taylor on reforming congressional appropriations
  • Jason Delisle on accountability in higher education
  • Mark A.R. Kleiman marijuana legalization
  • Naomi Schaefer Riley on prison nurseries
  • Jonathan Butcher on school-district fraud
  • Seth Kaplan on pro-marriage programs that can work
  • Arnold Kling on what regulation is for
  • Paul Miller on progressivism and authoritarianism
  • Ben Peterson on how to think constitutionally
  • Michael Zuckert on Lincoln and the populists

Some are available to all, others only to subscribers, and here is where you can subscribe. Happy reading.

Yuval Levin is the editor of National Affairs and a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.

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