Latest from Samuel Blumenfeld

1968–1988–2008: The '80s Will Be Remembered…

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.


Why the Schools Went Public

In the early 1800s, private schools were thriving. Then a small group of wealthy intellectuals decided education must be socialized. And in 40 years they had largely accomplished their goal. Here-for the first time-is the story of their campaign.