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A Hoover/ Economist survey of political attitudes finds voters in no mood for postpartisan lovey-dovey. By James W. Ceaser.
Empowering the Federal Reserve to fix problems in the financial services industry may seem the smart thing to do right now, but watch out. Its hard-earned independence is at stake. By Dino Falaschetti. and Michael J. Orlando.
Twenty-five years ago, there was a clarion call for better education. The clamor for school testing has drowned it out. By Diane Ravitch.
Is the No Child Left Behind Act supposed to help everyone, or only the disadvantaged? By Chester E. Finn Jr. and Michael J. Petrilli .
Some of the roads not taken during this year’s wild primary season. By Bill Whalen.
How an overconcern with security can distort the face America shows the world. By Josef Joffe.
A short answer to the long war’s most urgent question: who is the enemy? By Daniel Pipes.
Soft power in the war on terror needs to be much more effective. How to sharpen one of the most important soft weapons: the law. By Jack Goldsmith.
How Hoover senior fellow John B. Taylor condensed a mass of complicated theory about monetary policy into a single lucid equation. By Prakash Loungani.
Our new president will face familiar friends and even more familiar foes. By Victor Davis Hanson.