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Introduction
Mark Calabria and Louise Bennetts discuss the implications of Dodd-Frank.
David Boaz on the three key ideas of classical liberalism.
Bradley A. Smith on campaign finance after Citizens United.
Justin Logan on the U.S. “pivot” toward Asia.
Neal McCluskey on social cohesion within education.
Craig Whitney and Alan Gura on Living with Guns.

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