The Independent Review: Spring 2022 Issue Now Available

Spring 2022 Issue Contents

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Capitalism, Slavery, and Matthew Desmond’s Low-Road Contribution to the 1619 Project *

By Peter A. Coclanis

The Political Economy of Modern Wildlife Management: How Commercialization Could Reduce Game Overabundance

By Robert E. Wright

“The Danger of Deplorable Reactions”: W. H. Hutt on Liberalism, Populism, and the Constitutional Political Economy of Racism

By Phillip W. Magness, Art Carden, Ilia Murtazashvili

Keynes, Russian Economic Thought, and Contemporary Policy

By Marianne Johnson, Alexander Kovzik

Contra-capitalism: The Exit Ramp from Market-Oriented Business

By Roger S. Donway

A Limited Defense of Factory Farming: The Ethics and Politics of Consuming Intensively Raised Animals

By Jonathan Ashbach

Twenty-five Book Reviews Including…
Gaming AI: Why AI Can’t Think but Can Transform Jobs *

By George Gilder
Reviewed by Christian Hubbs

The Machinery of Government: Public Administration and the Liberal State *

By Joseph Heath
Reviewed by Alexander Schaefer

Plagues upon the Earth: Disease and the Course of Human History *

By Kyle Harper
Reviewed by Marcus Shera

Cronyism: Liberty vs. Power in America, 1607–1849 *

By Patrick Newman
Reviewed by Robert E. Wright

And More…

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