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Tugging at the Reins of the Administrative State

A Supreme Court decision suggests an interest in returning sole lawmaking powers to Congress—where they belong.

James R. Copland
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Spring 2019

The SPOTLIGHT

From the Autumn 1994 Issue

“The Knife Went In”

It is a mistake to suppose that all men, or at least all Englishmen, want to be free. by Theodore Dalrymple
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What the New Integrationists Fail to See

As black-only schools have proved for more than a century, separate is not necessarily unequal; inequality flows from other factors. July 2, 2018 by Coleman Hughes
From the Autumn 2013 Issue

Boy Trouble

Family breakdown disproportionately harms young males—and they’re falling further behind. by Kay S. Hymowitz

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