Join America and Fordham University School of Law as we host a conversation on the 45th anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court case U.S. v. Nixon, the case that forced the resignation of President Richard Nixon.
In her brilliant new book, Martha Nussbaum argues for a thrilling vision: the whole biosphere conceived and treated as a “cosmic city,” in which humans carefully do their part to ensure that the capabilities of all creatures can be activated as much as possible.
The play is a verbatim reenactment of the F.B.I.’s hour-long interrogation of the Georgia intelligence contractor who was arrested for leaking classified documents.
On the podcast “Know Your Enemy,” self-described Bernie Bros try to understand their political rivals on the right’s own terms, providing “a leftist’s guide to the conservative movement.”
The testimonies in Susan Celia Greenfield’s new book suggest there may be another important way to approach the alleviation of homelessness, by encouraging the growth of “life skills empowerment” programs such as have been initiated by faith-based organizations in New York City in the past 30 years.