Still two cultures divided

What’s a liberal justice now? If President Obama wants to create a progressive Supreme Court for the 21st century, there is a new school of legal thought to guide him. From The Washington Monthly, a special report on how Washington can jumpstart entrepreneurship. Success on the Side: The role of side projects in entrepreneurial success has a rich history in the United States. Robert Crease asks why the idea of the “two cultures”, coined by CP Snow 50 years ago, still feels so current (and more on CP Snow: Still two cultures divided?) A review of Terry Eagleton's Reason, Faith, and Revolution and David Bentley Hart's Atheist Delusions: The Christian Revolution and Its Fashionable Enemies (and more and more). The Big Con: An article on China's historical sabotage. David Carlin on thinking of Dick Cheney as Cicero. Enraged at the disciplines, Robert Weisbuch tried to imagine what it would be like to have a university, a world, a mind that did not rely on the disciplines — and failed. The introduction to The Right Talk: How Conservatives Transformed the Great Society into the Economic Society by Mark A. Smith. More and more and more on Losing Mum and Pup by Christopher Buckley. A review of Freedom’s Orphans: Contemporary Liberalism and the Fate of American Children by David L. Tubbs.