Katherine Guthrie (William and Mary) and Jan Sokolowsky (Michigan): Utility - Discontentment = Happiness. From Stanford Social Innovation Review, a special 10th Anniversary issue includes essays on how the field of social innovation has evolved and what challenges remain ahead. Robert Henderson reviews The Significance of Borders: Why Representative Government and the Rule of Law Require Nation States by Thierry Baudet. Susan Cheever on the case for closing liquor stores. Should striving ever stop? Cass Sunstein reviews On Settling by Robert Goodin. What are we to make of the impact of the detritus of love denied, when happily ever after eludes us? The invisible hand does not exist: David Sloan Wilson on how a return to the original texts of Adam Smith and a look at the theory of evolution can help us craft a better metaphor for how markets actually function.