Francis Fukuyama made the philosophy of history relevant again. Thirty years on, how does his most famous book hold up?
Discussions & debates on the pressing issues of our current political scene.
Will Title IX’s next fifty years be the best of times or the worst of times for women’s equality?
Mere reform may not be enough to fix our Title IX problems.
When you are confident that you are on the side of the angels, why worry about procedural constraints?
If a law is not needed, it remains on the books waiting to be put to use—and often a use other than what was originally intended.
U.S. industrial policy has a poor track record at sectoral diversification and creating new types of enterprises and employment.
Conservatives who believe that the U.S. economy requires more active state intervention acquiesce to the political left.
Until we dismantle the current American system of excessive regulation, we will never have a broad-based economy.
Many economic ideas like free trade and deregulation have not performed as advertised in the real world.
Industrial policy has drawbacks, but it may be worse to do nothing.