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Americans seem likelier than other Westerners to believe the world is fair.
Claude S. Fischer
Big-money college sports suffer a lot of criticism, but they are symptomatic of larger shifts in the moral economy of higher education.
Robert L. Kehoe III
Iranian citizens urge Americans to support the U.S.-Iran nuclear agreement.
Half a century on, we need to recommit ourselves to correcting the conditions that undergirded the civil unrest of the 1960s.
Sandra Bland's 'crime' was acting as she wanted you, me, and everyone to act: nobly.
Genetically engineered foods are safe, but there are still good reasons to label them.
Creating a Safety Net in a Multi-Employer World
History really matters in Obergefell v. Hodges.
Nancy F. Cott
If we want to check presidential power—and check it we must—then it is essential that we resist claims to executive secrecy.
William Howell, Mariah Zeisberg
Without sexual liberation, sexual oppression and sexual violence will continue.
The long reach of intellectual racism.
The Department of Defense's Cyber Strategy Memorandum
Lisa Lucile Owens
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