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Should we apply peer review to government?
Daniel E. Ho, Becky Elias
The quantum puzzle of mass.
It is almost impossible to grasp how much Thomas Jefferson believed in progress.
Egalitarianism requires not just redistribution but equal social standing.
Critics take for granted that Primo Levi killed himself. But doubts remain.
Democratic forces persist amid brutal regime violence and sectarian conflict.
Elizabeth Shakman Hurd
In the age of human rights, the language of duties has withered.
Exploring particle physics. (Third in a series on experiments at CERN.)
The family is changing. Will the social contract catch up?
Prominent Hungarian intellectuals have taken surprising anti-immigrant stances.
Among the casualties of neoliberalism is the very possibility of solidarity.
Comic books can document the horrors of war better than photos.
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