Hispanics, Immigration and the WarAbove any other concern, it was the Iraq warspecifically, the U.S. voters’ opposition to the way it was being conductedthat gave the Democrats their Congressional majorities in the November elections.
What Price Diversity?
Fifty-three years ago, the moral issue that most preoccupied the national conscience was not posed by a misbegotten war abroad but by racial discrimination against African-American school children at home. At that time, the 16 states that made up what the U.S.
Books and Culture
In the past few years we have been exposed to displays of moral evil (9/11/01) and natural catastrophes (the tsunami in 2004, hurricanes
Professor Bart Ehrman, chair of the religious studies department at the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), has written a widely use
No one’s life runs a straight course. There are arrows and roadblocks and turns we take that influence the subsequent journey.
Suppose Guantánamo and Abu Ghraib are not merely momentary aberrations, but rather preludes to even stronger responses to the threat of t