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Articles from Reason (March 26, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
A history of paternalism. Balko, Radley Brief article 152
A techno-agrarian manifesto: is vertical farming the future of American agriculture? Beato, Greg Book review 1091
Batman goes corporate. Suderman, Peter Brief article 167
Better budget Math. Brief article 258
Brickbats. Oliver, Charles 483
Carbon rationing by other means: after Congress fails to regulate greenhouse gases, the president hands the job to the EPA. Bailey, Ronald 1147
Failing upward in criminal justice: the prosecutor who wrongly put a paraplegic in prison wants to be a judge. 1251
From reefer madness to the Hays code: pundits go mad looking for Tucson massacre scapegoats. Mangu-Ward, Katherine 622
Gun control couldn't have stopped it: the Tucson massacre should not lead to new restrictions on firearms. Doherty, Brian 789
How much does government cost? Arunga, June Interview 647
Live long and prosper: the benefits of not dying. Bailey, Ronald Brief article 139
Looking for Loughners: would laxer commitment rules make us safer? Sullum, Jacob 823
Malls of a certain age the shopping mall: a look back. Beato, Greg Viewpoint essay 1339
Myocardial infractions: smoking bans and heart attacks. Sullum, Jacob 316
Overeducated waiters: higher education bubble. Mangu-Ward, Katherine Brief article 309
Poetry end power. Kostelanetz, Richard Brief article 158
Resource bet redux. Bailey, Ronald Viewpoint essay 386
Sorry, Charley: was John Steinbeck's travels with Charley a fraud? Steigerwald, Bill 1998
The big-government apple. Root, Demon Brief article 157
The deadliest rhetoric: critics who link anti-government speech to violence ignore the violence committed by a government at "war.". Balko, Radley 1735
The lobster underground: food vendors vs. the state. Linnekin, Baylen 3044
The politicization of everything: why Americans increasingly hate Democrats and Republicans. Gillespie, Nick Viewpoint essay 1010
The state pension time bomb: poor accounting rules and flagrant irresponsibility have sped up the states' day of reckoning. de Rugy, Veronique 1159
The triumph of politics over economics: David Stockman on TARP, the Fed, Ronald Reagan, and Ron Paul. Gillespie, Nick Interview 5986

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