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Winter Reading

In case the fiscal-cliff debate hasn’t wonked you out, how about some essays about illegal immigration, affirmative action, the challenge of upward mobility, the future of welfare reform, and many other simple and easily addressed public-policy problems? The winter issue of National Affairs is now online, filled with insight and analysis from Peter Skerry, Glenn Hubbard, Tim Kane, Stuart Butler, Gail Heriot, Eric Posner, Glen Weyl, Robert Rector, Jennifer Marshall, Howard Husock, and more. And while you’re at our site, have a look at the Public Interest archives and Findings – our daily blog on the latest from the social sciences.

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

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