From Les Ateliers de L'Ethique, Martha Bailey (Queen's): Polygamy and Plural Marriage; Beverley Baines (Queen's): Polygamy’s Challenge: Women, Religion and the Post-Liberal State; and Robert Leckey (McGill): Following Same-Sex Marriage: Redefining Marriage and the Impact for Polygamy. I do, I do, I do, the last taboo: Multiple spouses are fine, just not in the West. More and more and more on Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex by Mary Roach. The Michael Jackson phenomenon represented a golden age, the peak of the music industry — the only way was down. A review of The Pirate's Dilemma: How Hackers, Punk Capitalists and Graffiti Millionaires are Re-Mixing Our Culture and Changing the World by Matt Mason (and an interview). Who needs copyright, anyway? For those writers who believe that copyright is a matter of life and death, here's a solution: Just put it on the Internet and let anyone who wants it, take it. An interview with Michael Connery, author of Youth to Power: How Today's Young Voters are Building Tomorrow's Progressive Majority. Richard Wolin reviews Theodor W. Adorno: One Last Genius by Detlev Claussen. James Howard Kunstler on Driving Toward Disaster: Don't like high gas prices? Change your way of life. Chicago Sun-Times’ bureau chief Lynn Sweet remembers Barack when he was just a Chicago-style brat.