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Review of Stephen Knott’s Coming to Terms with John F. Kennedy
Alec D. Rogers is an attorney specializing in government practice and policy in Washington, DC. In Coming to Terms with John F. Kennedy, Stephen Knott brings a lifetime of careful and thoughtful study of the American government, foreign policy, and covert operations to evaluate that most Shakespearean of presidents. Knott’s account is not merely a… Continue reading Review of Stephen Knott’s Coming to Terms with John F. Kennedy
Bowling in Fear? Gun Violence and the Erosion of Civil Society
Brianne Wolf is Assistant Professor of Political Theory at James Madison College at Michigan State University. The issue of guns in America is often discussed as essential to freedom in a liberal society. On the one side of the issue, the freedom relates to the 2nd Amendment right to bear arms against a tyrannical sovereign.… Continue reading Bowling in Fear? Gun Violence and the Erosion of Civil Society
Stewarding a Shapeless Culture
Mark Antonio Menaldo is Department Head and Associate Professor of Liberal Studies at Texas A&M University-Commerce. From heady academic categories to buzzword nomenclatures, “culture” applies to almost anything. The dominant way of thinking of “culture” today is as a “social phenomenon.” “Culture” is widespread, amorphous, and has a life of its own. When we use… Continue reading Stewarding a Shapeless Culture
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