A new issue of the Journal of Social Inclusion is out. Susy Frankel (Victoria): The Mismatch of Geographical Indications and Innovative Traditional Knowledge. "We go to sleep and drown our sorrows in consumption": An interview with Roberto Unger on the tragic narrowing of political imagination and the need to generate change without crisis. A review of George F. Kennan: An American Life by John Lewis Gaddis (and more and more and more and more and more and more and more). It was the most elaborate fallout shelter of them all: A once-secret bunker hidden under the luxurious Greenbrier Hotel in West Virginia. Mary Eberstadt reviews A Point in Time: The Search for Redemption in this Life and the Next by David Horowitz (and more). A.C. Grayling reviews Socrates: A Man for Our Times by Paul Johnson. From Vanity Fair, from fashion to housewares, are we in a decades-long design rut? Underlying all donations is a mystery: Why do we give at all? David Ker Thomson on the five dumbest reasons not to support the Occupy movement. A review of The Statues that Walked: Unraveling the Mystery of Easter Island by Terry Hunt and Carl Lipo. A review of One Nation Under Sex: How the Private Lives of Presidents, First Ladies and Their Lovers Changed the Course of American History by Larry Flynt and David Eisenbach. Joanne Mariner on the gap between human rights scholars and human rights professionals. The first chapter from Strings Attached: Untangling the Ethics of Incentives by Ruth W. Grant. A recent Camelot book boomlet can’t help but raise comparisons between JFK and the president once considered his heir, but the most powerful force linking Kennedy and Obama might actually be the reactionary rage that engulfed their presidencies.