Rachel Dedman (Oxford): The Importance of Being Ernst: A Reassessment of E. H. Gombrich’s Relationship with Psychoanalysis. David McGowan (USD): Making Law School More Useful. Will law school students have jobs after they graduate? Elizabeth Lesly Stevens investigates. How to fix legal education: David Fontana reviews Failing Law Schools by Brian Z. Tamanaha (and more). Heath Brown interviews Scott Melzer, author of Gun Crusaders: The NRA’s Culture War. Should civilians be allowed to carry tasers? From Wired, Quinn Norton on an eulogy for #Occupy. What a week it was in the world of corporate criminality and governmental spinelessness. Better a Pharaoh or a Tempest? They say democracies make good neighbors — for Israel these days, it doesn’t seem so straightforward. Bruce Bartlett on the alarming corruption of the think tanks. Rein in the rich: John B. Judis on how higher taxes could lift the economy. Robert Frank on why millionaires prefer dogs over cats. To celebrate Renewal’s twentieth birthday, a special on-line issue brings together some of the most important articles published in the journal since it first appeared in 1993.

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