Jonathan Haidt fears for the future of American democracy.
Rising stars of the new right publicly bash elites for being disconnected from 'real America' while privately maintaining exclusive social lives.
Remembering Anne Frank 75 years after her diary was first published.
Professors are in the position to help students mitigate what can be a cruel campus environment.
A review of two new books from Gideon Rachman and Moisés Naím that explore the rise of illiberal leaders.
Amazon's superhero social satire advances an understanding of power Thomas Hobbes would find familiar.
There is always a path to raising a boy to be his own version of a good man.
A review of the 2022 International Booker Prize-winning 'Tomb of Sand.'
Chinese dissident Jimmy Lai's story gets told in a new film from the Acton Institute.
200 Years of E.T.A. Hoffmann.
And those signing up to play are demonstrating their cynicism about human rights.
What happened when the university canceled a lecture by an outspoken geophysicist who had criticized DEI practices.
Notes from an unusual gathering in Nashville.
A review of Disney+'s 'Obi-Wan Kenobi.'
The original novel is a poignant allegory of Jewish life in Europe in the early 20th century.
A review of 'In Praise of Good Bookstores.'