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Six Illustrations by Robert Donnelly From 2010

“China’s Silicon Ceiling: The Beijing/Google skirmish is a reminder that free markets require free minds,” by Daniel Gross.  

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“Down With the People: Blame the childish, ignorant American public—not politicians—for our political and economic crisis,” by Jacob Weisberg.

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“Make It Stop!: How Obama can get behind the idea of limited government,” by Jacob Weisberg.

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“War Is Gaga: A brief history of soldiers posting ridiculous dance routines on the Internet,” by Neal Ungerleider.

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“Somewhere a Dog Barked: Pick up just about any novel and you’ll find a throwaway reference to a dog, barking in the distance,” by Rosecrans Baldwin.  

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“Elitist Nonsense: The right’s favorite scare word is ‘elitism.’ What does it mean?” by Jacob Weisberg.  

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