From Law and Contemporary Problems, special issues on the law and politics of international delegation; and odious debts and state corruption (and more). From LRB, a review of Franz Kafka: The Office Writings; and a review of The House of Wittgenstein: A Family at War by Alexander Waugh. A look at why the French maid is about to clean up — and save her nation from economic ruin. An article on Angelina Jolie: Lady Madonna or manipulator? AC Grayling on the hard truth about animal research. From Doublethink, we’re on a bus, and it’s 6:45 in the morning — just another day on Foothill Transit, Line 187: the Murder Bus. Should judges be elected or appointed? In the case of international courts, this age-old conundrum has a new twist. Is crime contagious? Experiments vindicate the broken windows
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