SOURCE: Stanford Daily
The art history professor used the racial slur while writing the full name of the group N.W.A. and when discussing one of its albums.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Monica Duffy Toft
Internal strife, perhaps civil war or collapse often precedes a decisive demographic shift.
by Joshua Zeitz
Appealing to voters' tribal instincts is a time-honored American tradition. Because it works.
by Jim Sleeper
One line of attack: He’s playing into the hands of a well-funded conservative campaign to highlight examples of political correctness that distract us from real injustices.
SOURCE: The Way of Improvement Leads Home
by John Fea
Is Mark Lilla right that liberals need to get beyond identity politics? And just what do we mean by identity politics anyway?
Lilla, a historian at Columbia, argued that the Democratic Party has lost its way by focusing on identity politics.
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