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June 30, 2011
  
  
Jesse Walker
Jesse Walker is the managing editor of Reason Magazine, where he has written about a variety of topics, from pirate radio to copyright law to suburban sprawl. He is the author of "Rebels on the Air: An Alternative History of Radio in America," published by New York University Press in October 2001.


Articles by Jesse Walker

Politics-U.S.
JESSE WALKER, 206 WORDS
The earliest milestones on the road to marital equality were made quietly, privately, and far from any civil authority.
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BooksPolitics-U.S.Film & TV
JESSE WALKER, 2251 WORDS
In "Back to Our Future," author David Sirota argues that the 1980s marked the beginning of an ethos that still governs America today.
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Politics-U.S.
JESSE WALKER, 743 WORDS
A left/right alliance to end federal subsidies to public broadcasters.
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International
JESSE WALKER, 1726 WORDS
Three lessons from the disasters that struck Japan.
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International
JESSE WALKER, 3014 WORDS
The author of "The Politics of Nonviolent Action," considered the bible of modern revolutionaries, contemplates the Middle East, and why we need to rethink politics.
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InternationalPolitics-U.S.
JESSE WALKER, 1049 WORDS
If WikiLeaks shut tomorrow, disgruntled soldiers or secretaries could still send secret documents to Cryptome instead. Or perhaps to OpenLeaks.
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Politics-U.S.Music
JESSE WALKER, 1298 WORDS
The great Web-radio utopia may get here someday, but in the meantime millions of people continue to rely on traditional radio stations. There's no good reason for the U.S. government to restrict their choices.
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Politics-U.S.
JESSE WALKER, 1881 WORDS
What burqa bans and anti-TV crusades have in common with the reform movements of the antebellum era.
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Politics-U.S.
JESSE WALKER, 2156 WORDS
When politics and popular entertainment collide.
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Technology
JESSE WALKER, 1355 WORDS
Politicians are ready to regulate an online giant, but the company has much more to fear from the creative destruction of the marketplace.
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International
JESSE WALKER, 2999 WORDS
Looking for paradise in catastrophic places.
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Politics-U.S.
JESSE WALKER, 2142 WORDS
Why this decade was not a complete disaster.
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BooksPolitics-U.S.
JESSE WALKER, 2526 WORDS
Permissiveness wasn't born in the '60s.
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Life
JESSE WALKER, 1084 WORDS
Children are individuals, not statistics, and the context and quantity of their TV intake surely matters much more than whether they watch television at all.
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Politics-U.S.Film & TV
JESSE WALKER, 1112 WORDS
The politics of children's television.
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Politics-U.S.
JESSE WALKER, 1133 WORDS
Radicals tear down centers of power. When Obama is faced with a crumbling institution, his first instinct is to prop it up.
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Politics-U.S.
JESSE WALKER, 4427 WORDS
How the panic over right-wing violence is being used to marginalize peaceful dissent.
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Politics-U.S.
JESSE WALKER, 1815 WORDS
Understanding the clashes at the health care "town halls"
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Politics-U.S.
JESSE WALKER, 2774 WORDS
When mainstream columnists treat a small group of unconnected crimes as a "pattern" of "rising right-wing violence," their thesis bears more than a little resemblance to the conspiracy theories of the fringe figures they oppose.
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International
JESSE WALKER, 1507 WORDS
The panic of the elites looks a lot like opportunism.
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