Life Can Be Different: 10 Years Ago, Occupy Wall Street Changed the World
The movement launched a generation of leftist activists –and gave them a vision of real change.
The Day Wall Street Exploded
Historian Beverly Gage describes the spectacular act of terrorism that took place in Manhattan a century ago.
History Won’t Judge
The idea of history’s judgment was, and remains, seductive. Yet this notion cannot withstand scrutiny, as Joan Wallach Scott’s On the Judgment of History shows.
The Man Behind Critical Race Theory
As an attorney, Derrick Bell worked on many civil-rights cases, but his doubts about their impact launched a groundbreaking school of thought.
The New Yorker
The Past and Future of Latinx Politics
Two new books look at the history of Latinx Democrats and Republicans and the role each will play in the future.
How Proslavery Was the Constitution?
A review of a book by Sean Wilentz's "No Property in Man," which argues that the document is full of anti-slavery language.
New York Review of Books
Is a Mission to Mars Morally Defensible Given Today’s Real Needs?
Elon Musk and the rise of Silicon Valley’s strange trickle-down science.
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