Nightcap

  1. Can UBI fix the coronavirus crisis? Gian Volpicelli, Wired
  2. Why the US jobless surge is worse than in Europe Gavyn Davies, Financial Times
  3. Are there laws of history? Amanda Rees, Aeon
  4. How Modi turned Covid-19 into a cash machine Kapil Komireddi, the Critic

Nightcap

  1. Praise for John Calvin Batchelor Anahad O’Connor, NY Times
  2. The resentment of the creative class Nick Nielsen, The View from Oregon
  3. The return of anti-communism Francis Sempa, RealClearHistory
  4. John Rawls and the God Trick Susan Bandt, Commonweal

Nightcap

  1. The South Korean massacres in the Vietnam War Hoang Do, Diplomat
  2. It’s time to democratize the workplace, too Ingrid Robeyns, Crooked Timber
  3. Inheritance, marriage and swindle: the three ways to the top Branko Milanovic, globalinequality
  4. The specters of comparison Michael Rothberg, Latitude

Nightcap

  1. Kid culture: American life and its neontocracy Sarah Menkedick, Aeon
  2. The Anglo-Dutch-American Revolution, 1500-1800 Jonathan Clark, History Today
  3. How to think about human diversity without hierarchy Kwame Appiah, NYRB
  4. This is the best left-wing essay on capitalism I’ve read in years Jodi Dean, LARB

Nightcap

  1. How to be wrong Chris Dillow, Stumbling & Mumbling
  2. Here’s what 30% unemployment looks like Nicholas Smith, Boston Review
  3. Welcome to Fascistville Mario Carrillo, The Long Run
  4. Khrushchev’s Great American Road Trip Angela Brintlinger, Origins

Nightcap

  1. Professional Libertarians and the posts they delete Irfan Khawaja, Policy of Truth
  2. Small business, bankruptcy, and the Federal Reserve George Selgin, Alt-M
  3. This is the best left-wing essay on capitalism I’ve read in years Jodi Dean, LARB
  4. Iraq has a new government Douglas Ollivant, War on the Rocks

Nightcap

  1. Will COVID-19 be a generation-defining event? Peter Nelson, Power & Market
  2. The inner life of American communism Corey Robin, the Nation
  3. San Francisco’s vision of progress and freedom Michael Gibson, City Journal
  4. More on the “public” in “public choice” Henry Farrell, Crooked Timber