Reason magazine - October 2022
Reason magazine - October 2022
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In this issue
THE AUTHORITARIAN CONVERGENCE - The problem with American politics
isn’t polarization—it’s rising illiberalism. STEPHANIE SLADE
IT’S (ALMOST) ALWAYS THE FEDS - The FBI’s long history of using informants and manufactured plots to prosecute extremists. C.J. CIARAMELLA
THE UNSCIENTIFIC PANIC OVER SOLAR GEOENGINEERING - Why are activists trying to stop research into a promising backup plan to handle climate change? RONALD BAILEY
The New Abortion Prohibition Era
Americans disagree about abortion. This is the understatement of 2022, yet it bears repeating in the wake of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the June Supreme Court decision that returned abortion policy to state and federal legislatures. Ten states have already banned abortion and another four have prohibited abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, which amounts to nearly the same thing.
INTERNET SEARCH IS BETTER THAN EVER IF YOU KNOW HOW TO USE IT
IN FEBRUARY, THE software engineer and blogger Dmitri Brereton wrote an essay titled “Google Search Is Dying” for his personal website.
INFLATION WON’T WHIP ITSELF
REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT GERALD Ford was simultaneously one of the luckiest and unluckiest presidents when he took office in 1974.
Workers Are Consumers Too
Since Taking Office, President Joe Biden has sought to position himself as an ally of working Americans. His administration is enacting what it calls a “worker-centric” trade policy, and the president scarcely seems to give a public address without mentioning the importance of union jobs.
THE AUTHORITARIAN CONVERGENCE
THE PROBLEM WITH AMERICAN POLITICS ISN'T POLARIZATIONIT'S RISING ILLIBERALISM.
IT’S (ALMOST) ALWAYS THE FEDS
THE FBI’S LONG HISTORY OF USING INFORMANTS AND MANUFACTURED PLOTS TO PROSECUTE EXTREMISTS
THE UNSCIENTIFIC PANIC OVER SOLAR GEOENGINEERING
WHY ARE ACTIVISTS TRYING TO STOP RESEARCH INTO A PROMISING BACKUP PLAN TO HANDLE CLIMATE CHANGE?
AS AMERICAN POLITICIANS TURN AGAINST ECONOMIC OPENNESS, HISTORY SUGGESTS THE CONSEQUENCES COULD BE DIRE.
What Wikipedia Can Teach the Rest of the Internet
Jimmy Wales talks about why his online encyclopedia works, how to improve social media, and why Section 230 isn’t the real problem with the internet.
Glenn Greenwald on Corporate Media and Identity Politics
LAWYER-TURNED-JOURNALIST Glenn Greenwald’s work with whistleblower Edward Snowden to reveal illegal government surveillance won a Pulitzer Prize in 2014. That same year he helped launch The Intercept, but he abruptly resigned six years later after a disagreement over editorial policy. In July, Reason’s Nick Gillespie spoke with Greenwald at FreedomFest 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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