Why postwar culture from Jack Kerouac to Andy Warhol to James Baldwin to Susan Sontag to Yoko Ono battled boundaries hemming them in.
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Whistleblowers and publishers are crucial for keeping government officials reasonably honest.
It's wrong for politicians to suppress important debates in schools. Instead let families have more control of their kids' educations.
Science writer Steven Johnson, author of the new book Extra Life, on vaccines, medical breakthroughs, and life after Covid.
The creator of ultra-woke poet Titania McGrath makes the case against cancel culture.
A tale of heartbreak and tenacity in post-Reconstruction Mississippi.
And yet neither Democrats nor Republicans represent those principles.
His administration is twisting history and federal law to claim the government must encourage collective bargaining.
Imagine a world in which media outlets were unable or afraid to post video of police and other authorities acting reprehensibly.
Americans distract themselves with freak-show headlines while political institutions escape their control.
What we know about Holiday’s mistreatment is compelling enough without muddling her history.
San Francisco School Board President Says Critics of School Renaming Are Undermining Anti-Racist Work
"What I keep hearing is you're trying to undermine the work that has been done through this process."
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The escaped slave called the Constitution "a glorious liberty document" that justified extending equality to blacks and women.
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The libertarian philanthropist and CEO of Stand Together on their new book, Believe in People: Bottom-Up Solutions for a Top-Down World
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The Democratic nominee championed the law as a way to protect women. Instead, it hurt them.
Here's the inside story of Milton Friedman's path-breaking PBS series about economic and political freedom, from the man who produced it.
Ira Glasser, former head of the ACLU, is worried that his former group is embracing identity politics over free speech.
PBS documentary recounts life of America’s pioneer of tawdry fame coverage.