Cantor explores the dangers of individualism: apathy and violence; the yearning for success at any cost; and the ongoing failure of confidence in America.
A life of the late David Karr—Daily Worker writer, film producer, confidante of columnists, acquaintance of U.S. Presidents . . . and asset of the KGB.
The Court’s recent gerrymandering decision recognized Reynolds v. Sims as so flawed in its reasoning as not to deserve mention.
Liberty Law Forum
When two dictators divvied up the weaker countries of Europe between them.
They were ordered to blame the Nazi invasions of Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Holland, and Luxembourg in 1940 on the “rapacious” Western democracies.
It chose the honorable option (joining the democratic nations) when it might have allied itself with one dictator to try to ward off the other.
During the Hitler-Stalin Pact, the two nations’ secret police shared intelligence. The NKVD turned German communist exiles over to the Gestapo.