Vol. 49 Nbr. 3-5, March 2017
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- Call of duty.
- The D.C. working man's true power suit.
- The alt-right doesn't care about the Constitution.
- How to make the electoral college work for everyone.
- Can the ACLU stop Trump? New legal director David Cole thinks he knows how.
- The thinking person's guide to infrastructure: instead of embracing Donald Trump's vision for gargantuan and indiscriminate building projects, Congress should insist that any federal infrastructure legislation be focused on delivering what the market says Americans want: walkable communities.
- The decline of black business: and what it means for American democracy.
- Introduction: a cure for high health care costs: Republican reform plans misdiagnose the problem. The solution is better care for the minority of patients who drive most of the spending.
- Missouri, compromised.
- Home remedy: a San Diego "pre-hospice" program helps chronically ill patients live longer, live better, and stay out of the hospital--all while saving the health care system money.
- Stanford's big health care idea: how an unconventional team of doctors figured out how to provide high-need university employees with better health care, for less money.
- Some advice for Reince Priebus: the most successful chiefs of staff have known not only how to take charge but also when to leave.
- Thinking again about crime.
- A consequential presidency.
- The power of negative tweeting: what Donald Trump did and didn't learn from his childhood pastor Norman Vincent Peale.
- Making nice with the loan sharks: payday lenders thrive because big banks won't serve the poor, but that doesn't excuse their predatory practices.