“I saw that in the literal sense, China was freer than America.” Discipline, cigarette smoking, the quarter-life crisis, and the Affordable Care Act all figure into Brandon Ferdig’s essay on freedoms and their limits.
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Madeline Levine lays out the simple reasons why just messing around is the most important thing your children can do.
“The Way of Men” book author Jack Donovan answers some hard questions about masculinity and society, and the way forward for men.
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