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Governments’ addiction to cheap money is blocking financial-market signals about the economy.



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From the Magazine



HEATHER MAC DONALD
From Culture to Cupcakes

The once-great University of California at Berkeley continues its descent into victimology.


NICOLE GELINAS
In Debt They Trust

Governments’ addiction to cheap money is blocking financial-market signals about the economy.

Eye on the News


GUY SORMAN
The Man for France?

Though damaged by a recent scandal, François Fillon represents the nation’s best hope for new presidential leadership.

SETH BARRON

China Fun, Done

Suffocating regulations force another popular New York City business to close its doors.
THEODORE DALRYMPLE
Signs of Terminal Illness

From forced marriage to alcoholic excess, Britain’s airports display the symptoms of cultural rot.

OREN CASS
The Ill-Considered Conservative Carbon Tax
A high-profile proposal falls short.


MARK PULLIAM
Against “Judicial Engagement”

The Framers did not envision government by judiciary.


CLARK NEILY
Rules of Engagement

An engaged, rather than restrained, judiciary is the only answer to government usurpation of individual rights.

ADAM WHITE
Schumer’s Nuclear Showdown

The Gorsuch nomination puts Senate Democrats in a bind.


Books and Culture


STEFAN KANFER

Huck on Huck

Mark Twain’s boy hero reviews a new novel starring himself.
 

From the Archive


NICOLE GELINAS
Too Convoluted to Succeed
Why Dodd-Frank won’t prevent another financial crisis

 
PAUL BESTON
Ye Blizzard Men and Ladies
Looking back on the great storm of 1888—and some others

 

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