by David R. Henderson via Defining Ideas
Two economists journey through Socialist lands—and tell us what they see.
By Michael Auslin, Foreign Policy: "Beset by conflicts, stagnating economies, and political troubles, the region no longer looks set to rule the world.
by Jonathan Rodden via Medium
The story of why cities lose in democracies with winner-take-all districts does not begin with the advent of sophisticated gerrymandering or the outbreak of contemporary culture wars.
quoting Thomas Sowell via The Federalist
Democrats have run America's most dangerous cities for decades. They have no answers. Here are five solutions to fix the problems Democrat policies made worse.
featuring Jonathan Rodden via City Journal
For many urbanites, “rural America” is another way of saying “provincialism.” City-dwellers—especially on the coasts—give a strong impression of disdaining heartland voters and blaming them for unfavorable election results. A liberal policy agenda, they believe, would thrive if not for partisan gerrymandering, which favors sparsely populated areas.