A new issue of Resistance Studies is out. A review of A Place Called Canterbury: Tales of the New Old Age in America by Dudley Clendinen and Leisureville: Adventures in America’s Retirement Utopias by Andrew D. Blechman. A review of Against Happiness: In Praise of Melancholy by Eric G. Wilson (and more at Bookforum). From Reason, some bets are off: The strangely selective and self-defeating crackdown on Internet gambling; and The Body is a terrible thing to waste: Understanding Jesse Ventura's long, sad decline. It's the single most important corporate reform within reach, and it doesn't rely on taxes or tax breaks or new government spending: Simply put, it's time to introduce democracy to corporate elections. From Miller-McCune, should the government make us happy? And does education really make
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