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A copy of Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged." Image: eflon/Flickr
Jim Harding | This pandemic fundamentally challenges us to rethink norms and clichés about freedom and authority; about the individual, the community and the "state."
Podcast
Frieda Werden | From the archives, WINGS presents a talk by Jean Hardisty about how and why the right recruits women.
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Meghan Murphy | Libertarians can't sit with us.
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Paul Orlowski | Many people are confused by two terms that sound similar but have very different meaning. "Individual rights" is very much in keeping with civil society, while "individualism" works to undermine it.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | What does it mean to be modern? In terms of the individual, the adjective "modern" denotes a psyche that takes its orientation from an ethic of self-control.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | The adult entertainment industry is suing Los Angeles County over Measure B, which mandates condom use on porn sets. Does this legislation restrict free speech?
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | Friedrich von Hayek's neoliberal theory till the 2012 U.S. elections constituted the central intellectual adversary for the global justice movements and other critics of corporate capitalism.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | On a list of favourite activities, renewing my car registration would rank rather low. Still, having done it recently, I can attest that it didn't feel like an assault on my freedom.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | With the publication of his new book, The Idea of Justice, Amartya Sen announces a needed new departure in political philosophy.
Book Review
Cathi Bond | The rabble podcast network's Cathi Bond interviews Joseph Heath on Filthy Lucre, a new book that sells capitalism to skeptics.
Podcast
Cathi Bond, Joseph Heath | Don't Miss Filthy Lucre: Joseph Heath's new book about Economics for People Who Hate Capitalism