A new issue of The Philosophers’ Magazine is out. Jamal Greene (Columbia): The Case for Original Intent. Clayton Thyne and Jonathan Powell (Kentucky): Coup d'etat or Coup d'autocracy? How Coups impact Democratization. “Big Government” isn’t so big by historical standards — it’s also shrinking. From the Saturday Evening Post, James McCommons on the looming crisis in mass transit. A review of The Global Biopolitics of the IUD: How Science Constructs Contraceptive Users and Women's Bodies by Chikako Takeshita. From The American Interest, Gal Luft and Anne Korin on the folly of energy independence. Street Fighting Man: How former anarchist revolutionary Daniel Cohn-Bendit plans to save Europe. The first chapter from When Is True Belief Knowledge? by Richard Foley. Filmmaker magazine is aimed at independent filmmakers, but it also has a lot to offer those who simply love watching indies. Nick Holdstock on environmental protests in China.