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Reshaping the Right.
Antonin Scalia's lasting effect on jurisprudence.
Socialism is not the cure for all that ails us.
Hubert Humphrey played a critical role in the rise and decline of 20th-century liberalism.
The soul is the most paradoxical thing in the world.
To what extent the government may limit corporate political speech?
The twists and turns of Alcibiades' life.
What today’s neuro and evolutionary scientists teach us about morality.
Without Marshall, the judiciary would have been a withered branch.
Camille Paglia against the feminists.
The first Orthodox Jewish presentation of the Pentateuch likely to interest a broad audience.
Why the TV adaptation of My Brilliant Friend is better than the book.