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U.S. HistoryPolitical Theory
Repealing the 17th Amendment will not change the US Senate into a hotbed of decentralizers and free-marketers.
U.S. HistoryWorld HistoryPolitical Theory
Cato's Letters 69 and 70 focused on the British election of 1722. But they also provide useful insights Americans should consider this November.
Global EconomyU.S. HistoryWorld HistoryPolitical Theory
Compared to Europe and Asia, the "frontier states" of the Americas really are something different.
U.S. HistoryMonopoly and CompetitionPolitical Theory
Alarmed by successful entrepreneurship and low prices for consumers, government seeks, yet again, to shut down small businesses.
Money and BanksU.S. HistoryMonetary Theory
Economists Stephen Cohen and Bradford DeLong are spouting an unfortunate amount of enthusiasm for Alexander Hamilton's corporatist economics.
Taxes and SpendingU.S. EconomyU.S. HistoryPolitical Theory
The national debt and cutting government spending simply are not topics the voters care about anymore.
When government creates special demographic categories for groups of people, the effects on public policy can be far reaching.
The federal government is using the threat of foreign hackers as an excuse to further nationalize elections in the United States.
Politics is war by other means. And war claims victims. War has winners and losers. Most of all, war has profiteers
U.S. HistoryPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory
James Fenimore Cooper, America's first national novelist, saw real danger from the impulse toward majority rule as a panacea for every complaint.