Charles Zug argues that demagogues are defined not by their moral character, but by political successes or failures.
Edward Erler insists that birthplace citizenship is a threat to American society, but he offers an unnerving and contestable argument.
If indeed America has lost its story, narratives will prove no substitute.
Georgia's new election law is a piece of writing, like the Constitution or the Bible, about which everyone has an opinion but few have actually read.
The substitution of “equity” for “equality” has serious consequences.
The economic hardship being unleashed on this country is real, and will have long-term consequences, and could itself lead to serious health problems.
The longer we wait to operate, the more difficult the recovery—this is a principle neither Anton nor Trump seem to recognize.
Greenhouse’s essay serves as a reminder that the law cannot function when individuals or groups see reality in such radically divergent ways.
Jeff Polet is Director of the Ford Leadership Forum at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation and Professor of Political Science emeritus at Hope College.