HBO's adaptation of Philip Roth's novel is much more interesting when viewed on its own merits.
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Neocon David Frum has it exactly backwards.
David Frum's warning is just hysteria-mongering.
Democrats and Republicans reject individualism and free speech and both have become dangerous to our liberty.
Friday A/V Club: Before there was Arthur Jones, there was Mark Fairchild.
Sports, and sport broadcasting, can never be apolitical when nations are going head-to-head on the field of play.
Don't combine an authoritarian president with a disarmed populace.
Homegrown or foreign, Antifa is a major challenge to the liberty we cherish.
Advocates of liberal society are a side in themselves, and the left- and right-wing thugs battling in the streets are rival siblings from an illiberal family.
While Arnold dings Donald on Charlottesville, Breitbart readies for "WAR."
You can't blame the filmmaker for being annoyed. But audiences are always repurposing art, sometimes in creepy ways, sometimes in ways that are more appealing.
Is Trump's new campaign ad just more high-level trolling of his foes, or another sign that we can't rightly expect a peaceful, non-bellicose Trump administration?
How Kon Ichikawa outdid Leni Riefenstahl
Lawrence Dennis, Norman Thomas, A.J. Muste, and Raymond Moley debate the ideal social system.
The vicious cabaret
Kurt Lewin's experiment in leadership styles: the movie
Far right, fascist political party accused of essentially running a military cell
There's a word for that economic system ...
Controlling business behavior vs. owning means of production