Reason TV's Kennedy sits down with Reason Editor in Chief Matt Welch to find out what's in the newest issue of the nation's only magazine of "Free Minds and Free Markets."
The January 2013 edition of Reason has just hit newsstands and features articles about avoiding the fiscal cliff, Veronique de Rugy on how (and why) to cut defense spending, and Ronald Bailey on how your cellphone is spying on you. There's also a brand-new Peter Bagge cartoon essay about Detroit, Jesse Walker's survey of apocalypticism in American culture, and Jacob Sullum's latest dispatch from the marijuana wars.
The cover is an original drawing by the great hot-rod-punk-rock-artist Chris Cooper – a.k.a. Coop. Read more about him here.
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The magazine preview was produced by Joshua Swain and is about 3.30 minutes long.
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