Guido Pincione’s new paper, “Constitutional Neutrality among Economic Policies,” has been published in the latest issue of Public Choice as part of a special issue on “‘The Calculus of Consent’ after Fifty Years.” In this article, Guido argues that usual conceptions of democracy are biased against free-market policies because rational citizens lack incentives to invest in reliable information about how society works. Widespread rational ignorance, reinforced by various forms of posturing undertaken by politically active citizens, prevents the vote from expressing genuine consent to public policies. Genuine consent obtains only under a constitution that protects property rights strong enough to give citizens opportunities to form or join voluntary communities from which they can exit at any time. Please join us in congratulating Guido on this new publication!