Articles of Note

Among most economists, globalization has been seen as both inevitable and salutary. Now the cracks in that consensus have split wide open... more »

New Books

Mocking Thoreau is a pastime that dates back to his time. He was tagged as a hypocrite, a fraud — and a lazy one at that — even before Walden was published... more »

Essays & Opinions

A Chinese writer sets a novel during the Holocaust? A Jewish boy writes about a black man in 1810? It’s the result that matters, not the creator... more »