The World Is a Giant Cruise Ship Called the Covid-19
Bloomberg Opinion, March 03, 2020Fear of disease can change everyday habits. Sometimes that’s a good thing.
The Faux Populism of Trumpified Architecture
Bloomberg Opinion, February 11, 2020An order for designing federal buildings replaces one set of insiders with an even snootier one.
'The Great British Bake Off' Can Win Any Culture War
Bloomberg Opinion, December 21, 2019A hit show proves that native and global cultures co-exist beautifully.
Hollywood Shows How Antitrust Laws Can Flop
Bloomberg Opinion, December 05, 2019The rules that have governed most of the movie industry for 70 years offer a lesson in the costs of trust-busting.
You Can’t Fight California Fires With Political Hot Air
Bloomberg Opinion, November 13, 2019Practical measures can limit the damage. Stoking division inflames it.
The iPhone of 1939 Helped Liberate Europe. And Women.
Bloomberg Opinion, October 25, 2019A troubled chemist invented nylon, the fiber that shaped the world. Then we took it for granted.
Homelessness Isn’t Just a Humanitarian Problem
Bloomberg Opinion, October 03, 2019California activists are undermining their cause by ignoring and stigmatizing legitimate concerns about social disorder.
Italy’s Hug Makes China Feel Warm Inside
Bloomberg Opinion, March 25, 2019The first G-7 country to join Belt and Road embraces Beijing’s benign view of its place in the world.
Not Even the Pope Can Maintain a Monopoly
Reason, April 2019Religiously traumatic and militarily ominous, the fall of Constantinople in 1453 also created a crisis for the European textile industry. The problem, in a word, was alum.
How Would a Kavanaugh Hearing Play Out in 2054?
Bloomberg Opinion, September 28, 2018Ubiquitious electronic records could show who’s telling the truth. Unless privacy laws make it impossible.