Law, Policy, & Society
Scholars explore the rhetorical, political, historical, and moral significance of Lincoln’s long-remembered words.
A decline in the murder rate has been uneven in Chicago, increasing the gap between different parts of the city.
In one of the oldest chapters of American history—the Pilgrims’ flight from persecution—historian Jeremy Bangs, X’67, finds new ground to cover.
Joshua Mitchell, PhD’89, reflects on how students from Washington to Iraq differ in their understanding of Tocqueville’s “lonely man” in the democratic age.
Jud Newborn, AM’77, PhD’94, brings Nazi resisters out of the past into the present.
Harvey Levin, JD’75, purveyor of celebrity news at TMZ, wrestles with issues of journalistic ethics and privacy.