With Earth Day almost upon us, Prasenjit Duara, the author of The Crisis of Global Modernity, explains why we need a new vision of the world to prevent ourselves from destroying it.

On April 9, 1865, Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union forces at Appomattox, putting an end to the bloodiest war in American history. Now, 150 years after Lee's surrender, five historians and authors lead the conversation about the Civil War's enduring legacy.

I would like to loudly applaud Nevada and Georgia for declining to drink the RFRA Kool-Aid this year.  Smart.  All RFRAs are a bundle of negative unintended consequences and bad public policy, as I explain...

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