Mark C. Weidemaier (UNC) and G. Mitu Gulati (Duke): A People's History of Collective Action Clauses. Sascha-Dominik Oliver Vladimir Bachmann (Lincoln) and Gerhard Kemp (Stellenbosch): Aggression as “Organized Hypocrisy”? How the War on Terrorism and Hybrid Threats Challenge the Nuremberg Legacy. An interview with Andrew P. Smiler, author of Challenging Casanova: Beyond the Stereotype of the Promiscuous Young Male. Wall Street should hate itself: A Goldman Sachs tell-all gets panned for the wrong reasons, showing how financial journalists are in bed with CEOs. What are a bunch of hipsters doing in Green River, Utah? Stella Ghervas reviews Five Types of Peace: A History of the Plans for Perpetual Peace, 17th - 20th centuries by Bruno Arcidiacono. Tax the churches and give the revenue to hungry children. A review of This Indian Country: American Indian Activists and the Place They Made by Frederick Hoxie. From Boston magazine, what happened to the alternative weekly The Boston Phoenix — and can it rise again? Peter Vigneron investigates. It’s worth being clear about something: Grover Norquist is winning — big time.