In a new series, Dissenters’ Corner, our columnists debate the recent turmoil in Wisconsin … and the conclusions may “shock” you.
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With all the lip-service being paid to the Constitution these days, you’d think unions would get a bit more respect. Without the sacrifices of union activists, the Constitution’s promise of free speech might never have become a reality.
In a recent Op-ed piece in the New York Times, Harvard law professor Noah Feldman bemoaned what he saw as the overreaction to the recent stories about Justice Antonin Scalia addressing a group of conservatives headed by Minnesota representative Michele Bachmann and about Justice Clarence Thomas’s wife, Ginny, working for a Tea Party lobby. “The […]
At the Center we ask our guests who their favorite president is in our main exhibit. Here are the results.
In honor of Black History Month, listen to an audio clip featuring Princeton scholar Cornel West on Dr. Martin Luther King’s religious message and how it became a civic dialogue about liberty and democracy that moved the nation closer to its ideals.