I’m talking about Francois Guizot’s The History of Civilization in Europe, a great account of the development of civilization in the West.
The Arizona House passed a campus intellectual diversity bill which instructs public universities in Arizona to stage debates and individual lectures that explore controversies.
There is considerable reason for optimism.
American business needs to get off the path to slow-motion suicide, and to defend the free-enterprise system.
The Obama administration’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule was arguably its most radical attempt to “fundamentally transform” the United States.
The author's new book made its debut at an academically star-studded conference.
The filing of three campus intellectual diversity bills within about the first month of the 2020 state legislative session is an encouraging sign.
We need to normalize disagreement and lower the emotional temperature on campus.
It’s still too early to tell whether a third wave of campus reform legislation is truly underway.