Voices

Michael A. Vaccari is a practicing attorney and an Adjunct Associate Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law.

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Michael Vaccari
Our first four presidents—George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison—were influenced by the Enlightenment, but even more so by the classical Greeks and Romans.
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Michael Vaccari
In his new book, Melvin Urofsky, an emeritus professor of history at Virginia Commonwealth University and the author of numerous books, details the critical issues around affirmative action in the United States.
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Michael Vaccari
Eric Foner’s new book tells a sad story: how the U.S. Supreme Court, many Southern states and Congress delayed the implementation of three important constitutional amendments for nearly a century.
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Michael Vaccari
Edith Hall’s new book on Aristotle rewards the reader by offering gems from Aristotle’s thought. She puts together complicated concepts and writings in a form where readers can easily identify subjects that are critical to an individual’s opportunity to find happiness.