Featuring Shelby Steele via City Journal
By Michael Auslin via Spectator World
Featuring Michael J. Boskin and Bill Whalen via Matters of Policy and Politics
What is the primary source of social dysfunction in America today? Responding to an important recent study about family formation, Yuval Levin identifies significant changes in how we should think about social breakdown and obstacles to human flourishing. Levin argues that whereas it was common knowledge that "exorbitant human desires" were responsible for social breakdown, what afflicts us now is "more like an absence of energy and drive leaving people languishing and enervated."