The “Punishment” of Women

The “Punishment” of Women

Edwin Dyga

Questions concerning the relationship between morality and law were reignited when, during the Republican primary campaign, Donald Trump commented on the matter of abortion and (implicitly) women’s rights.

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The Revolt of the French Masses

The Revolt of the French Masses

Curtis Cate

Charles de Gaulle, on the subject of Algeria: "Pinay, the facts may prove me wrong, but History will prove me right." Finance Minister Anoine Pinay: "But, Monsieur le Président, I thought History was written with facts."

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Dallas in the Dock

Dallas in the Dock

William Murchison

The whole world appears to have gone nuts again—for about the ten millionth time in human history—but Dallas, unaccountably, you might say, has reaped enormous respect for keeping its cool and staying sane.

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On Terrorism in the West Today

On Terrorism in the West Today

Claude Polin

Every time a bomb explodes in the West it is a boon for journalists. They photograph weeping people, tell us how implacable the government will be, and, without breaking stride, warn us that more is likely to come

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