Digital Capitalism’s War on Leisure

Market forces are invading the space for leisure. Defending it will require nothing less than a return to robust twentieth-century social democracy.

By Stuart Whatley

Rigged: The Shame of State-Run Lotteries

Because of the way lotteries work, the state depends not on the casual player, but on addicted gamblers. State-run lotteries are wrong because of two simple factors: who plays the lottery, and how they are encouraged to play.

By Jack Meserve