October 1, 2001
A review of Economic Sentiments: Adam Smith, Condorcet, and the Enlightenment by Emma Rothschild.
What can the revolutionary teach us if the revolution is dead?
Jonathan Sperber’s is among the first major Marx biographies of the post-1989 era. This may help to explain its perpetual refrain that Marx now belongs to a bygone age. But was the nineteenth century really that long ago?
The cut-throat capitalist board game is changing its tokens—goodbye, iron; hello, kitty-cat. But is the new token too cute for the heartless world of board-game real estate?
"Most people enjoy fawning treatment when being asked to spend money," Sullivan argues. Tim Noah is not "most people."