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Post MLK Reflection: Does Nonviolent Protest Work?

Post MLK Reflection: Does Nonviolent Protest Work?

By Syreeta McFadden | In 1968, when my father was a teenage boy in Memphis, Martin Luther King Jr. went there to support the city’s striking sanitation workers. He marched with King and thousands of other protesters, and in the violence that erupted afterward, the...
A College Crisis Very Well Worth Hoping For?

A College Crisis Very Well Worth Hoping For?

By Ross Douthat | BETWEEN the 19th century and the 1950s, the American university was gradually transformed from an institution intended to transmit knowledge into an institution designed to serve technocracy. The religious premises fell away, the classical...
Womens’ Voices Are Just As Loud As Everyone Else’s

Womens’ Voices Are Just As Loud As Everyone Else’s

By Geena Goozdich | Many people in America, especially those among our generation, have become apathetic about the idea of voting. Whenever the subject is breached, you constantly hear commentary like, “What is just one more vote?” or “I don’t care enough about it.”....