Nightcap

  1. Report from suburban Wichita Laura Field, Open Society
  2. Winning the argument? (public spending) Chris Dillow, Stumbling & Mumbling
  3. Space exploration escalation Nick Nielsen, Grand Strategy Annex
  4. Machiavelli’s The Prince as libertarian canon Barry Stocker, NOL

Nightcap

  1. The hunt for human nature Erika Milam, Aeon
  2. The negative capability of a good legislator Federico Sosa Valle, NOL
  3. Is feminism responsible for the persistence of monarchy? Arianne Chernock, Public Books
  4. Poor white boys in present-day England Kenan Malik, Guardian

Nightcap

  1. Russia’s brief encounter with the sexual revolution Daniel Kalder, UnHerd
  2. The strange death of libertarian England Chris Dillow, Stumbling & Mumbling
  3. Did Iran’s missile attacks carry message for the Kurds? Dana Menmy, Al-Monitor
  4. A happy family beach in Puerto Vallarta Jacques Delacroix, Liberty Unbound

Nightcap

  1. The pernicious legacy of Vladimir Lenin Gary Saul Morson, New Criterion
  2. Mendacious fictions: left-wing anti-Semitism Rahul Rao, Disorder of Things
  3. Virtue signalling and vice signalling John Quiggin, Crooked Timber
  4. The GOP’s civil war continues to rage on Fred Barnes, Modern Age

Nightcap

  1. “It’s because of how memory works.” Chris Dillow, Stumbling & Mumbling
  2. How much progress have we actually made? Scott Sumner, MoneyIllusion
  3. Racism ripples through rural California’s pipes Jose Del Real, New York Times
  4. Margaret Sanger and the cult of racism Kevin Long, Claremont Review of Books

Nightcap

  1. What really happened at Troy? Daisy Dunn, Spectator
  2. How Britain disrespected its WWI soldiers from Africa David Lammy, Guardian
  3. Here’s why we can’t have nice things Chris Dillow, Stumbling & Mumbling
  4. On being edited by Barack Obama Adam Frankel, Literary Hub

Nightcap

  1. The spirits of 1989 Daniel McCarthy, Modern Age
  2. Trust cycles in politics Chris Dillow, Stumbling & Mumbling
  3. A profile of Christine Lagarde Hujer & Sauga, Spiegel
  4. Catholicism and its critics Tim Stanley, History Today