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Nicole Gelinas
What happens when you lend to borrowers who could never pay you back

Adam Freedman
The Supreme Court decision takes self-government out of Americans’ hands.

Seth Barron
Bill de Blasio takes out his frustrations with Albany on New York City’s landlords.

Theodore Dalrymple
Thoughts on the attacks in Tunisia and elsewhere

John O. McGinnis
Instead of “textualism,” the chief justice chose “purposivism”—much to the benefit of progressives.

Oren Cass
Weary of megaprojects, Boston turns on its Olympic bid.

Daniel J. Mahoney
A new biography chronicles the remarkable life and thought of Vaclav Havel.

Dennis Saffran
Historian Michael Beschloss imputes racism to the selection of the 1960 World Series MVP.

Adam Freedman
The Supreme Court abandons the rule of law in King v. Burwell.

Matthew Hennessey
If you’re going to razz a Democratic president, make sure you’re on the left.

Myron Magnet
It’s De Blasio Time, and madmen with machetes are on the loose.

Emily Washington
How to make sure a spot is available when you need one

Ethan Epstein
The City of Brotherly Love’s likely next mayor is set to roll back policing policies that have made the streets safer.

Stefan Kanfer
Some rare truths about a controversial Civil War figure

Paul Beston
Beacon Diarist

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