Autumn 2013
Who Owns the Code of Life?.
Peter W. Huber
Washington control of genetic data would send us down the road to medical serfdom.
Too Convoluted to Succeed.
Nicole Gelinas
Why Dodd-Frank won’t prevent another financial crisis
The Closing of Diane Ravitch's Mind.
Sol Stern
A once-great education scholar rejects everything she previously believed.
The Philanthropic Spectacle.
Guy Sorman
When giving is more about show than results
California's Prison-Litigation Nightmare.
Heather Mac Donald
Activist judges are forcing the state to release prisoners—and crime is spiking.
Boy Trouble.
Kay S. Hymowitz
Family breakdown disproportionately harms young males—and they’re falling further behind.
Sunny Again.
Wendell Cox
Having weathered the worst of the housing collapse, Florida’s economy is heating up.
The New York Public Library's Uncertain Future.
Stephen Eide
A proposed renovation threatens one of the world’s great research institutions.

Urbanities

What Is Art For?.
John Armstrong
To help us live better, more flourishing lives
Tom Paine's Two Radicalisms.
Myron Magnet
And their consequences—for his era and ours
The War Hero New York Forgot.
Steven Malanga
Virginia-born Winfield Scott forged his destiny in the city.

Soundings

Scott Winship
Whatever Bill de Blasio may think, New Yorkers’ incomes rise and fall together.
Fred Siegel
The New Yorker gets the mayor’s mixed legacy wrong.
Steven Malanga
Advocates for cash-strapped municipalities want Washington to clean up their mess.
Ethan Epstein
The rent is too high; the buildings are too low.

Departments

Brian C. Anderson
Oh, to be in England
Everyone on the Couch.
Theodore Dalrymple
Today’s psychiatry undermines self-reliance and morality.
Annapolis Diarist
Miguel Monjardino