Vol. 48 Nbr. 11, April - April 2017
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- Safe sex, dangerous state.
- When Playboy made it big.
- Frederick Douglass hated socialism.
- The cost of carrying debt.
- Why are markets rejoicing at Trump's win? The incoming president may not be good for the economy in the long run.
- Trump can help stop prison rape.
- Sex, shrinks, and the state: one woman's adventures in gender crossing and civil disobedience.
- Trump's Schwarzenegger problem: celebrity politicians who rely on public affection can come unglued when it fades.
- Revisiting restrictions on the right to bear arms.
- American sex police: with sweeping trafficking stings, the FBI returns to its roots as the nation's vice squad.
- Sex and kids: the unjust, irrational, and unconstitutional consequences of pedophilia panic.
- The Slants: The Band Who Must Not Be Named: Bassist Simon Tam talks about his band's Supreme Court fight to trademark its controversial name.
- Obama finally finds his clemency pen.
- A baby dies in Virginia: the lethal consequences of a common, obscure hospital licensing law.
- Christians started the wedding wars: defenders of traditional marriage used the law to persecute polygamists. Now they're the ones under attack.
- Where did all the investigative journalism go? The economics of the expose.
- The limits of expertise: a defense of experts exhibits the very problems it complains about.
- Dominion online.
- Designated Survivor.
- National Museum of African American History and Culture.
- The world's smallest camera drone.
- We Told You So.
- From the archives.