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José Niño

E-Driver’s Licenses Enable Round-the-Clock Surveillance

Taking a page out of Orwell’s 1984, the state of Delaware is testing a mobile driver’s license program that enables law enforcement to keep track of citizens at all times.


Jeffrey Tucker

American Pianos Vanished but the Music Didn’t Die

The years between 1890 and the Second World War were the golden age of the American piano. Pianos were the biggest-ticket item on every household budget besides the house itself. Everyone had to have one. Those who didn’t have one aspired to have one. It was a prize, an essential part of life, and they sold by the millions and millions. Then it all went away. 


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