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Memories of a journey that was more than a trip.
Clint Eastwood's cinematic exploration of the FBI chief's rise to power is little more than a comforting myth.
The sooner Eurocrats dispense with their calls for more economic centralization, the better off we’ll all be.
The president must decide what is more important: pandering to the Catholic hierarchy or protecting women's health.
The Stranger's Child traces the vanishing of same-sex love through suppression and then, paradoxically, acceptance and openness.
Gitmo in the present millennium is no departure at all from the American tradition in Guantánamo Bay.
Randall Kennedy is fascinated by a paradox: the color line's persistence and its seeming implosion.
Occupy Wall Street, NPR, debt “forgiveness,“ George Kennan