Here's the latest issue of Business and Economic History On-Line. Bill Hatch is provoked by Gerald de Groot's Reflections on The Sixties Unplugged to write in praise of hippies and the counter-culture. From Bryn Mawr Classical Review, a review of Naming the Witch: Magic, Ideology, and Stereotype in the Ancient World by Kimberly Stratton; and a review of Games and Festivals in Classical Antiquity by Sinclair Bell and Glenys Davies. Carl Zimmer on how the more we know about genes, the less we understand. A look at how epidemics helped shape the modern metropolis. Clive Cook on the fiscal consequences of the Bush administration. Wouldn't it by nice if big businesses could operate with good ol' Aristotelian virtue and still make a living? From Fronesis, an interview with Beverley Skeggs on the economy of moralism and working-class properness. Getting poked by Uncle Tom: Confronting the awkward Facebook experience. From Radical Middle, an essay on what the poor need now. Two grammar nerds are traveling across the country, cleaning up America’s mistakes one typo at a time. Susie Linfield reviews Michael Hodges’s AK-47: The Story of a Gun. A review of The Kingdom of Infinite Space: A Fantastical Journey around Your Head by Raymond Tallis. A review of The Uses and Abuses of History by Margaret MacMillan.