Faculty Writing: On the Family Lottery; the Invisible War in Afghanistan; and William Morris, Romantic Revolutionary

In Dissent, Sophie Lewis discusses how family abolitionism—in other words, the deprivatization of care—puts children’s freedom at the center of society. In n+1, Suzanne Schneider argues that the privatization of defense functions through military contracts is not only profoundly undemocratic but a massive upward redistribution of wealth. And in New York Review of Books, R.H. Lossin reads William Morris’ News from Nowhere as radically forward-looking.

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