David W. Opderbeck (Seton Hall): The Problem with Neurolaw. Lisa Heinzerling (Georgetown): Undue Process at the FDA. From Britannica, Gregory McNamee on the geography of the supermarket. Does language shape thought? John McWhorter on the pernicious persistence of a linguistic theory. Mary Mycio on the world’s oldest pornography: It’s at least 3,000 years old, and it’s bi-curious. Ben Alpers on the three-fifths clause and the founding in contemporary public discourse. On February 7th, Mississippi officially became the last of the Civil War states to ratify the amendment abolishing slavery in the United States. Ezra Klein on the best reason to worry about the deficit. Adam D. Moore reviews Unpopular Privacy: What Must We Hide? by Anita Allen. Why aren’t more countries run by economists? Because everyone hates economists— economists are the worst.

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