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Celebrating Women’s History Month

Celebrating Women’s History Month

In 1980, the National Women’s History Project successfully gained national recognition for Women’s History Week, issued by President Jimmy Carter. Women’s History Month, later established by Congress in 1987, commemorates… READ MORE

Who Can Possess Political Truth?

Who Can Possess Political Truth?

Robert D. Kaplan— Tiresias, the old, blind seer, the prophet who knows better than anyone else the will of the gods, is a recurring character in Greek mythology. “Mine is… READ MORE

Not Your Typical “Eco-Freak”

Not Your Typical “Eco-Freak”

Brian Balogh— “The very first thing I thought to do, and I told our board of directors instantly, we must all buy shares of stock. And they looked at me… READ MORE

Money and the Abortion Debate

Money and the Abortion Debate

Mary Ziegler— How did the abortion debate come to revolutionize the broader struggle over money in politics? The story has many characters, but James Bopp Jr. stands out. A proud… READ MORE

For All That Changed, Hamas is Still Hamas

For All That Changed, Hamas is Still Hamas

Matthew Levitt— Over the last 18 years, since I wrote Hamas: Politics, Charity and Terrorism in the Service of Jihad, Hamas has experienced significant change—just not in the ways many… READ MORE

Free Speech and Intellectual Diversity

Free Speech and Intellectual Diversity

Michael S. Roth— Advocates for unfettered speech are often following the “free market” approach: just as more competition in the economic marketplace makes it more likely that goods and services… READ MORE

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