Cohn shows how repeated failures by Democrats and Republicans to get a decent policy through our 18th-century constitutional ...
With its doctrine of fairness, A Theory of Justice transformed political philosophy. But what did it leave out?
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On November 30, literally in the shadow of where this harassment took place, the American-born Black singer, dancer, and ...
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So much of Europe’s anti-woke movement has focused on opposing and attempting to refute allegations of “institutional” or ...
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As more women run for and reach executive positions, the evolving standards for what leadership actually looks like are ...
Don’t you think, if we’re going to help the children, that the people should make some effort?” he argued recently.
Upon its publication in 1975, Gayl Jones’s literary debut, Corregidora, was met with great acclaim. Jones’s mentor and ...
As the war in Afghanistan drew to a long-overdue end, a veteran of that conflict campaigned to represent Staten Island and ...
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Right now, the GOP views threats of violence as offering a political advantage with no real downside. Normalization of this ...
This column is part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration cofounded by Columbia Journalism Review and ...
His adaptation was the first to understand the scale—both intimate and epic—the sci-fi novel required to translate to film.
The University of Austin (UATX) was announced to great fanfare on Monday, November 8, on the popular Substack of former New ...