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News media headlines appear daily on the so-called “opioid crisis.” A major thread in public policy discussions is an asserted need to “solve” the crisis by limiting production of opioid analgesics and reducing medical exposure to potentially addicting drugs. But are such steps actually a...

Briefly: At the Pew Research Center’s FactTank blog, Kristen Bialik discusses a new Pew report showing that “[a] majority of Americans (55%) now say the U.S. Supreme Court should base its rulings on what the Constitution “means in current times,” while 41% say rulings should be...

The disillusionment of 1968 created space for a richer diversity of serious thought. In response to: France’s Psychodrama of 1968 More Responses ’68 and Intimations of the Transcendent by David Walsh We ought to admit that the rudderless youth were not entirely mistaken in perceiving the blankness of the upbringing...