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The Case for Reparations

Ta-Nehisi Coates: Here's a talk I gave yesterday at The City Club of Cleveland outlining the Case for Reparations. I lost track of time, so I didn't get to talk as much about housing as I...

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Has Copyright Gone Too Far?

Copyright has long been a source of division among conservatives and libertarians. While some see creative works the same as any other property, and thus a natural right, others argue that copyright is different than traditional property, and that special interests have bloated the copyright system to the point where innovation is stifled. How much copyright is too much? At what point does....

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The Housing Assistance Lottery

Housing policy has the ability to exacerbate or mitigate extreme income inequality in American cities. Where incomes are growing and inequality is increasing, cities like New York and San Francisco, rising prices and rents can displace poor families. But affordable housing secures a place for low-income people in communities with growing tax bases and improved services. Read more at the Urban....

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Solutions for the Middle Class

Leading policymakers and thinkers gathered at AEI Thursday to discuss conservative policy options to further the prosperous society President Lyndon Johnson described in his “Great Society” address 50 years ago. Read more..

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Questions About Piketty's Data

FT economics editor Chris Giles and FT global economy news editor Ferdinando Giugliano raise doubts about the validity of the data in ‘Capital in the Twenty-First Century’ by Thomas Piketty, which claims that wealth inequality is rising. Read more..

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Brown v. Board at 60

Scholars Bruce Ackerman, Tomiko Brown-Nagin, and Steven Calabresi discuss how the civil rights movement amounted to a genuine revolution in constitutional law, focusing on the landmark statutes of the 1960s: the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the Fair Housing Act of 1968..

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The Sharing Economy

Click above to watch a Reason TV story on EatWith, a sharing economy website that lets top chefs work out of their own kitchens. Read more and see more videos here..

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Debating Affirmative Action

Fox News Sunday featured a lengthy debate on this week’s affirmative action ruling from the Supreme Court.Read more at NRO..

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Columbine After 15 Years

Dave Cullen, author of the best-selling book Columbine, addresses the lessons that much of the mainstream media haven't yet learned from the tragedy.Read more at The Daily Dish..

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