Public Schools and Religion
Last spring the 4,400 students at Santa Fe High School, which is part of a school district near Galveston, Tex., voted to elect one of their number to deliver an inspirational message before the home
It's All in the Family
What happens across the kitchen table has a far greater influence on whether American adolescents smoke pot or snort cocaine than what happens across the Mexican border.
The Hidden Holocaust
Over two million people have lost their lives and over four million have been displaced in the war waged by the government of Sudan against its own people in the south.
Immigrants in Detention
"End detention as we know it": This was the goal presented at the beginning of the third annual Detention Watch Network conference on Nov. 25-28 in Baltimore, Md.
In my last column, on "millennial moralists" (which yielded a few friendly complaints and started a few arguments, I’m told), I promised a prognostication of 10 ethical challenges for the next thousan
Books and Culture
With a little bit of luck we can trace a certain recent huffing and puffing to a distinguished corps of papal observers desperately striving
It is difficult to imagine a more complex and challenging literary life for a biographer than that of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
If this book sold only 535 copies, and each found its way into the hands of a member of the U.S.