What is the proper role of visual persuasion in politics? Four cultural critics discuss the role of the visual in our democratic process.
Invited contributors debate the implications of Edward Snowden's NSA leaks.
Can markets deliver better education?
The strong state isn't the only thing that can destroy individual liberty.
A discussion about judicial activism, liberty, democracy, and their relationships in the American legal system.
Many charge that the U.S. federal judicial nomination process is broken. Experts debate whether this is so and what to do about it.
How should the law treat prostitution and related activities? Experts debate sex work legalization, criminalization, and other approaches.
The U.S. Federal Reserve marks its 100th anniversary this year. Has it been worth it?
Ilya Somin argues that the best democracies are small, local, and limited in power: Political ignorance means voters don't do well with more.
Experts discuss national service, military draft, political obligation, and the history of war, peace, and liberty in Europe and America.