Vol. 48 Nbr. 11-12, November - November 2016
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- Hillary opens the Overton Window.
- Top cop: as police chief of gritty Richmond, California, Chris Magnus embraced Black Lives Matter, all but eliminated fatal shootings by police, and cut the homicide rate in half.
- How to make conservatism great again: to save their party from Trumpism, republicans need to once again take on monopolists.
- Higher red: why China's universities may never make the grade as world-class institutions.
- Just the medicine: how the next president can lower drug prices with the stroke of a pen.
- The Enigma of Ulysses S. Grant: a magisterial new biography fails to crack the mystery of America's greatest general.
- Trump's supporters revealed: two new books underscore the big lesson of 2016: GOP base voters hate big government spending only when the "wrong" people benefit.
- Seven habits of successful nations: some unlikely places around the world are tackling some of the world's toughest challenges and winning.
- One for the money: how Alan Greenspan's disastrous reign at the Fed came to be.
- The revolution will be analyzed: America changed in 1969, but our history isn't quite complete.
- What drives social justice?
- Pluribus et Unum: the history of American politics as a tug-of-war between our individualist and collectivist identities.
- The strongest branch of liberty: Louis Fisher reminds us that historically it has been Congress--dysfunction and all--that has most advanced our rights.