Senior Editors Katherine Mangu-Ward and Michael Moynihan have back-to-back essays in Canada's National Post on global threats to freedom. Mangu-Ward writes on "Ice Cream and Liberty." To give you a taste of the ground covered in the essay, the Post's related topics sidebar includes "Benjamin Constant, Edmund Burke, Culture and Lifestyle, Desserts, and Taliban's Department for the Promotion Virtue." Moynihan covers "The Neo-Communists," with related topics of "Aldo Moro, Antoni Negri, Arts, Entertainment, and Media, Books and Literature, and Duke University." The essays are adapted from their contributions to New Threats to Freedom.
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