Michael McMenamin is a contributing editor at Reason. He works as a lawyer in Cleveland.
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A non-Nixonian strategy for avoiding that messy sexual harassment trial
Jack London on the virtues of low productivity
It's the day after the presidential election. The winning candidate asks you to recommend three books to read before inauguration. Only one may be more than 10 years old. What do you suggest-and why?
Dick "The Retaliator" Gephardt vs. "Sir" Winston Churchill in a 10-round battle to the death over protectionism.
A government takeover may be the only way to get the mobsters out of the world's largest union
Insider trading is the media's favorite white-collar crime. Is it the evil side of yuppie ambition, or is it an SEC-created offense with no victims and no rules?
For Classic Coke and condoms, gold coins and Maggie Thatcher, tax cuts and AIDS…A look backward and forward by a host of REASON friends.
A new twist on subverting the First Amendment
You thought the press was controlled only in banana republics? Guess again. Mr. Jefferson, meet the SEC.
When oranges were dumped by the truckload in California last spring, accusing fingers were pointed at Sunkist, monopolist of the western citrus market. How does Sunkist maintain its monopoly? Public records and personal interviews tell the story.
Forget what you read in your history books about the twenty-ninth president of the United States.
Cleveland's Dennis Kucinich is supposed to be a "new Urban populist"-but he's really after power to Kucinich, not "power to the people."
Look again at the foreign policy of Robert A. Taft, and you'll find a deep respect for American liberties.
A few words in praise of Edward Kennedy