Our Childless Dystopia

Yuval Levin

The Children of Men—both the novel by P. D. James and its recent movie incarnation—imagines a future in which human…

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The New Atlantis, Winter 2007 / January 1, 2007

Falling Behind?

Yuval Levin

Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid have made clear that overturning President Bush’s embryonic-stem-cell-research-funding policy will be high on…

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National Review Online / December 4, 2006

Putting Parents First

Yuval Levin

We are beginning to get used to national security elections in America. The 2006 election cycle was the third in…

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The Wedge Issue that Wasn't

Yuval Levin

In the buildup to this year’s election, Democrats sought to use the stem-cell debate to pressure Republican candidates. Press reports…

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National Review Online / November 15, 2006

Misleading Missouri

Yuval Levin

This November, voters in Missouri will be asked to consider a ballot initiative on human cloning and embryonic-stem-cell research. The…

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National Review Online / October 19, 2006

The Moral Challenge of Modern Science

Yuval Levin

We are accustomed to thinking of science as morally neutral, and of the ethical dilemmas it raises as problems of…

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The New Atlantis, Fall 2006 / October 1, 2006

A Clarifying Five Years

Yuval Levin

In the five years since President Bush announced his policy on the federal funding of embryonic stem-cell research, his opponents…

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National Review Online / August 9, 2006

Imagining the Future

Yuval Levin

Debates about technology are really debates about the future—what it is, who lives there, how we get there, and what…

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The New Atlantis, Winter 2004 / January 1, 2004

The Paradox of Conservative Bioethics

Yuval Levin

Bioethics has fast become a high priority for American conservatives. Yuval Levin asks why, and then ponders the paradox of…

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