SOURCE: Boston Review
by Randall L. Kennedy
In Dr. King's time, appraisals of his civil disobedience tactics hinged on how one defined an unjust law, an obstacle that inevitably confronts protest movements in polarized societies.
SOURCE: New York Times
by Tish Harrison Warren
What does the Christian faith require in terms of honesty and acknowledgment about the nation's history?
by Michael Kazin
While historians have demonstrated the racist operation of American institutions, it's important to recognize that those institutions have also been instruments for justice.
SOURCE: The Nation
by Elizabeth Anderson
Philosopher Elizabeth Anderson reviews Michael Sandel's critique of meritocracy, a book that locates an explanation for the Trumpian moment in the rise of competitive individualism in the platforms of both major parties.
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