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Yuval Levin

Yuval Levin

Yuval Levin, author of The Fractured Republic, is the editor of National Affairs.

An analysis of government demographic data published this week reveals an astonishing spike in the number of Americans stricken with Alzheimer’s disease—an increase of 10...

How, if at all, should we govern new developments in human biotechnology? In many cases, decisions will be made best by the individuals involved. In...

It is hard to put ourselves in the shoes of Europeans who lived in the great age of discovery—when bold explorers set out across the...

South Carolina state legislators are considering a bill that would allow prisoners in the state to have their sentences reduced in return for organ donations....

A vaccine for Human Papillomavirus (HPV), approved last year, has now sparked controversy in at least a half dozen states. HPV is by far the...

The U.S. Surgeon General has just released a report bemoaning the evils of teen drinking. Underage drinking can certainly carry with it serious problems, but...

The stem-cell debate raging in the U.S. these last six years has hinged on a question of life and death—that is, whether destroying a human...

This year’s batch of controlled leaks building up to the State of the Union address has included a lot of talk about health-care proposals. It...

The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream by Barack Obama Crown. 364 pp. $25.00 Barack Obama, the Democratic star of the moment in American politics,...