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Cathy Reisenwitz

Cathy Reisenwitz

Cathy Reisenwitz is an associate at Young Voices and editor-in-chief of Sex and the State. She will be speaking at the FEE summer seminar "Are Markets Just? Exploring the Social Significance of a Free Economy."

Cathy Reisenwitz's Articles and Posts

Walking the Red-Light District The Freeman
Walking the Red-Light District
Criminalizing prostitution simply doesn't help anyone involved—especially those vulnerable to trafficking.
Drug Addicts As Rational Actors The Freeman
Drug Addicts As Rational Actors
It’s easier to justify your pet policy on drugs if you think of users and addicts as mindless slaves to their addictions. It’s also a destructive oversimplification.
Profiting Off of the Children The Freeman
Profiting Off of the Children
Misspent public education funding is a serious problem. But worrying that the profit motive will somehow make this worse ignores the solution—and all of the data.
The Feminism of Ludwig von Mises The Freeman
The Feminism of Ludwig von Mises

Ludwig von Mises was a feminist when even the most revolutionary cultural center of his day denied women their full suite of rights. His act of intellectual entrepreneurship should remain an inspiration today. 

How the Silk Road Shutdown Makes Everyone Less Safe The Freeman
How the Silk Road Shutdown Makes Everyone Less Safe
Silk Road was a force for peaceful exchange, and it helped mitigate black market violence. The site also helped ensure the quality of the products traded there. Now that it's been shut down, does that mean lower quality products and more violence?
To Catch a Whistle-Blower The Freeman
To Catch a Whistle-Blower
The U.S. government's pursuit of Edward Snowden falls in line with a disturbing trend that only enables further violations of our rights. 

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