From Dissent, an article on Ghandi's burden — and ours; and does European social democracy have a future? A review of You Can't Be President: The Outrageous Barriers to Democracy in America by John R. MacArthur. When William Styron published The Confessions of Nat Turner 40 years ago, black writers objected to his use of dialect and his invocation of inflammatory stereotypes. Brave New World of Digital Intimacy: The effects of News Feed, Twitter and other forms of incessant online contact. Counting our towns: Are we a nation of big cities or of small towns? There it is: The absolute nightmare scenario, from the standpoint of political procedure: A tie in the Electoral College. An excerpt from Amnesty After Atrocity? Healing Nations After Genocide and War Crimes by Helena Cobban. A review of
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