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Social Credit: Could It Happen Here?

Creeping censorship on digital platforms is alarming—but the decentralizing forces of new technology make Chinese-style control unlikely.

Corbin K. Barthold
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10 Blocks, our weekly podcast hosted by editor Brian C. Anderson, features discussions on urban policy and culture with City Journal editors, contributors, and special guests.

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In an ongoing investigative series, City Journal contributing editor Christopher F. Rufo reports on the spread of critical race theory and other woke ideologies in American schools.
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The “Stochastic Terror” Lie

The Left’s latest gambit for suppressing speech is built on preposterous grounds. November 14, 2022 by Christopher F. Rufo
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A Wealth of Words

The key to increasing upward mobility is expanding vocabulary. by E. D. Hirsch, Jr.
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Free the Entrepreneurs

The key to post-Covid recovery is lifting restraints to new business creation. by Edward L. Glaeser
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