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In 1960, with assistance from the United Church of Christ, civic leaders launched New College — a private liberal arts institution with an initial student body of 101. By the… [...]
Famously, in response to the Supreme Court’s Worcester v. Georgia decision protecting Native American rights, Andrew Jackson reportedly responded: "[Chief Justice] John Marshall has made his decision; now let him… [...]
Marking the twentieth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, The New York Times ran a feature-length article titled, “20 Years On, a Question Lingers About Iraq: Why Did the… [...]
The rise of retirement age does not fully explain the ire of French workers. The reform is seen as deeply unfair: it will hit women and precarious workers who have… [...]
The U.S. rush to war against Iraq 20 years ago marked the worst strategic decision of any U.S. president in history, and the worst intelligence scandal as well. But the New… [...]