Print from the One Hundred Famous Views of Edo series, by Hiroshige.
By Taylor Marvin
The best links of the week:
China’s rising influence leads to nervousness in the rest of Asia (The New York Times).
The absurd myth of exceptional American social mobility (Eunomia).
How pushing healthcare in 2009 hurt the Democrats (Megan McArdle).
Why it didn’t (Matt Yglesias).
Why pure counterterrorism isn’t the way out of Afghanistan (Tom Ricks).
Defense policy in the 112th Congress (Danger Room).
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