Katherine Mangu-Ward

Reason magazine

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Katherine Mangu-Ward is editor-in-chief at Reason, a libertarian magazine.

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The recent spate of sexual assault allegations have prompted public reckonings from some liberals about Bill Clinton's behavior during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, and a reappraisal of…

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The recent spate of sexual assault allegations have prompted public reckonings from some liberals about Bill Clinton's behavior during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, and a reappraisal of…

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It's been 20 years since  John Tierney first argued  in the New York Times magazine that the benefits of recycling were not worth the cost.

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It's been 20 years since John Tierney first argued in the New York Times magazine that the benefits of recycling were not worth the cost.

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