A new issue of Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies is out. From New Politics, a symposium on the Left and the U.S. elections. Gary Belsky on why we need more female traders on Wall Street. Tim Dickinson on the Right-wing billionaires behind Mitt Romney: They're trying to buy a presidency — and they expect a big payoff on their investment. How Brooklyn became a writers' mecca: Martin Amis at the coffee shop, Paul Auster in the park — New York's newly gentrified neighbourhood is now full of novelists. A review of Joseph de Maistre and the Legacy of Enlightenment. Dylan Matthews on everything Obama has done — and wants to do — on taxes in one post. The Importance of Being Orwell: Christopher Hitchens dissects one of the 20th century’s greatest political minds, a writer who was also his lifelong inspiration. How is Dominionism getting into politics? Meet the apostles and prophets of the NAR. From Cato Unbound, Timothy Sandefur on why substantive due process makes sense. A brief history of global anchor currencies: How can dominant economic powers of their time use their currencies to gain cheap financing from abroad?