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» Trending Hippie: Review of Steven Pinker’s Better Angels of Our Natures, The Daily, October 16, 2011

» A Libertarian’s Lament: Why Ron Paul Is an Embarrassment to the CreedThe New Republic (online), September 2, 2011

» The Social Animal by David Brooks: A ReviewForbes (online), March 10, 2011

» A Bad Bargain: Taxpayers Suffer at the Hands of Public-Sector Unions, The Daily, February 17, 2011

» Everyone Wins: New Immigrants Don’t Take ‘Native’ JobsThe Daily, February 3, 2011

» See the World Like Elinor OstromOttawa Citizen, October 16, 2009

» Economic Inequality and the Mirage of InjusticeCato Unbound, October 12, 2009

» Go North, Young Man!The Atlantic, September 11, 2009

» The Measure of Meaning, Culture11, October 29, 2008

» Thank You for Not Voting, Ottawa Citizen, October 22, 2008

» Why Opting Out Is No Third Way: The Perplexing Banality of Libertarian Paternalism, Reason, October 2008

» Bottoms Up!, Forbes, September 27, 2008

» The New (Improved) Gilded Age, The Economist, December 19, 2007 (unsigned)

» The Great Depression, Reason, December 2007 (Reprinted in The Australia Financial Review, January 25, 2008; Policy, Winter 2008)

» The Big Confusion, TPM Cafe Book Club, September 12, 2007

» A Partisan Paradigm Shift, The Press-Enterprise, July 21, 2007

» Old Age, Modest Income, and Financial Satisfaction, The American Online, July 2, 2007

» Review of Consumed: How Markets Corrupt Children, Infantilize Adults, and Swallow Citizens Whole by Benjamin Barber, [pdf] Cato Journal, Volume 27 Number 2, Spring/Summer 2007

» Liberté, Égalité, Malheureux?, National Review Online, May 4, 2007

» The Quest for a Scientific Politics of Happiness, Cato Unbound, April 16, 2007

» Depressed Markets?, Reason, December 2006

» Growth is Good, Prospect, October 2006

» Neuro Wine in Old Bottles, TCS Daily, September 26, 2006

» Love Thy PlayStation, Love Thyself, Slate, May 11, 2006 (with Reihan Salam)

» Review of The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth by Benjamin M. Friedman [pdf], Cato Journal, Volume 26, Number 1, Winter 2006

» Happiness Is . . . Higher Taxes?, Reason, February 2006

» Solidarity: More Than a Feeling, TCS Daily, February 14, 2006

» The Great Depression, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, November 20, 2005

» Storms of Stupidity on the Op-Ed Pages, TCS Daily, September 9, 2005

» Obama’s Stale New Deal, The American Spectator Online, June 29, 2005

» Give Us the Real Thing on Social Security, FoxNews.com, May 9, 2005

» Insuring Against the Inevitable, TCS Daily, March 25, 2005

» Review of Understanding the Process of Economic Change by Douglass C. North [pdf], Cato Journal, Volume 25 Number 1, Winter 2005

» Capitalism and Human Nature, Cato Policy Report, vol. XXVII no. 1, January/February 2005 [pdf version]

» Remitting Disaster, Reason Online, January 14, 2005

» Political Discipline, Not Just Less Pork, Philadelphia Inquirer, December 26, 2004

» Sticker Shock, Reason Online, December 13, 2004

» Review of Checkpoint by Nicholson Baker, Brainwash, November 14, 2004

» The Anti-Market Protocols of the Councillor of Zion, TCS Daily, October 27, 2004

» Meritocracy: The Appalling Ideal?, TCS Daily, August 11, 2004

» Understanding Political Libertarianism, TCS Daily, July 28, 2004

» The Fun-Loving Founding Father: Gouverneur Morris, the First Modern American, Reason, July 2004

» Capitalism and Virtue: Review of Dinesh D’Souza’s, The Virtue of Prosperity, Journal of Ayn Rand Studies, Spring 2004

» Ideology is Infrastructure, TCS Daily, January 26, 2004

» What the War Means… for Libertarians, Doublethink, Winter 2003

» Globalization vs. Capitalism, the Dissident, vol. i., no. 1, 2003

» Environmentalism for Humans, Liberzine, March 3, 2001

» What is Morality Good For?: Review of Tara Smith’s Viable Values, Navigator, July 2000

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