For all of its many problems, the world we live in is dizzying in its variety, breathtaking in its riches, and wide-ranging in its options. Malcontents on the right and left who diagnose modernity as suffering from "affluenza" or "options anxiety" will admit this much: These days we’ve even got a greater choice of ways to be unhappy. Which may be as close to a definition of utopia as we’re likely to come.I'm not sure if that's supposed to be a feature or a bug.
CHAMPIONS OF FREEDOM? Outside the Beltway has some observations, and links to other observations, about Reason's 35 Heroes of Freedom.