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Progress Happens

This weekend saw good news: Mississippi will change its flag, and Princeton will remove Woodrow Wilson’s name from its policy school and a residential college.

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A Season for Endings

Overlawyered and “Dead Wrong” have come to an end, but Walter Olson and Johan Norberg continue to bring insight to public policy.

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The Census Is Too Intrusive

The Constitution authorizes the federal government to conduct an “actual enumeration” of Americans, not to ask about our race, income, and other personal characteristics.

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Libertarians and Pandemics

Steve Baker, a member of the British Parliament, offers some cogent libertarian thoughts on emergency powers in this two‐​minute speech excerpt.