This issue of The Objective Standard begins our fifth year of publication, and 2010 is shaping up to be our most exciting year to date. A few items of note:
TOS is now on more than four hundred newsstands, and this number is increasing steadily. Look for us in Barnes & Noble, Bookstar, Hastings, and other bookstores and newsstands nationwide.
Subscriptions to the journal are now available on Amazon.com’s Kindle Reader. (Although single issues of TOS have been available on Kindle since last May, subscriptions became available only a few weeks ago.)
Beginning this May, all new and future TOS articles and reviews (including those in this issue) will be available in MP3 audio format, which can be played from our website or downloaded to a computer or audio device. These recordings will be sold both à la carte and via subscription. Several sample articles are already available for free on the Audio page of our website.
And, of course, TOS will continue delivering a steady stream of in-depth cultural and political analysis from an Objectivist perspective.
As to the contents of the issue at hand, “Citizens United and the Battle for Free Speech in America” by Steve Simpson analyzes the recent Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v.. . . Continue »