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Economics

The Neo-Anti-capitalists
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The Neo-Anti-capitalists

Capitalism’s detractors may have grudgingly accepted its staying power, but they are still working on remedies for what ails it.

Marc F. Plattner

Religion, Freedom, and Prosperity

Universal values at the heart of Christianity underlie the political and economic freedoms inherent in classical liberalism.

Rachel M. McCleary
Neoliberalism: The Rise and Fall
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Neoliberalism: The Rise and Fall

Neoliberalism spread like wildfire through the democratic parties of the West. We’re now looking at the ashes.

Didi Kuo
Dressing for Dinner

Dressing for Dinner

We can’t reclaim our place at the head of the table if we’re dragging our grandfathers’ State Department behind us. The first in a series of three articles from the author’s forthcoming book.

Michael McFaul
Meatballs and Millionaires

Meatballs and Millionaires

Dearest AOC, fly with me to Sweden. A lovely place, but you might not want to live there.

Hannes Stein
Do the Germans Really “Do it Better”?
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Do the Germans Really “Do it Better”?

In his new book, John Kampfner presents the German model in an extremely favorable light. Caution is in order.

Jorge González-Gallarza
A Moderate’s Manifesto

A Moderate’s Manifesto

Ideologues get all the love in today’s political environment, but moderates have one key thing on them: workability.

Ronald W. Dworkin
The Expansion of Corporate Responsibility

The Expansion of Corporate Responsibility

Many corporations have widened their commitment to the social good. This is to be welcomed, but expectations require tempering with an awareness of what the corporate capacity for change actually is.

Robert Madsen, Curtis J. Milhaupt