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Steven Mazie
I cover the Supreme Court for The Economist, blog at Big Think and teach in NYC. Dad, runner, political theorist, native Iowan.
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The Economist Apr 25
Let my people vote: The case against
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The Economist Apr 25
Family dynasties are everywhere: from crime to academia, from sport to entertainment. Even rap
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Steven Mazie Apr 25
Intriguing Amicus episode hosted by with & on Supreme Court politics
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Steven Mazie Apr 24
How to cram another 500K souls into NYC by | The Economist
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Robert Guest Apr 23
Why the government can seize your raisins
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The Economist Apr 21
The fight against same-sex marriage is awkwardly short of poster children
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Steven Mazie Apr 19
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Steven Mazie Apr 19
Hand massages at the Dead Sea
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Steven Mazie Apr 19
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Steven Mazie Apr 19
Archaeological digging & sifting at the Caesaria corner
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Steven Mazie Apr 19
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Steven Mazie Apr 15
Chief Justice Roberts reports for jury duty in a Maryland court
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Steven Mazie Apr 14
Paid internships for law students at via
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Steven Mazie Apr 13
Tinier prisoners take up less room, have smaller appetites: New City Plan to Shrink Rikers Population
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Steven Mazie Apr 11
I detect no endorsement, quasi or otherwise.
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Steven Mazie Apr 11
Hillary Clinton in 2016: What does Hillary stand for? ( on the oddly opaque HC) via
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Steven Mazie Apr 3
Why You Shouldn’t (Always) Trust Your Gut (lessons of the Monty Hall problem)
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Steven Mazie Apr 2
San Diego airport. Love the half skirt.
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Steven Mazie Mar 31
If trend continues, by 2047 Harvard will accept 0.0% of its applicants. Harvard Accepts Record-Low 5.3% of Applicants
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