It is hard to reconcile a permanent abdication of American sovereignty via the treaty power with the very idea of constitutional government.
When scholars teach that “everything is political,” they can’t really be surprised when the same lens is turned to assess their own work.
China’s rulers have failed to admit that, with their family policy, they are tinkering with matters beyond their ken, let alone their control.
Joseph F. Johnston's book asks why nations fail, and how we should understand America's national despondency.
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The best way for campuses to protect academic freedom from legislative meddling on CRT is to demonstrate an unwavering commitment to free speech.
Government racial preferences are far from the only source of our divisions, but they may be the one most amenable to legal abolition.