September 27, 2013
Articles in this issue
Competing appeals from campaigns in the 2012 elections signaled the arrival of Latinos—and Latino Catholics in particular—as a pivotal force in American politics.
Andrew J. Bacevich and R. Scott Appleby discuss the present-day peace movement and whether it exerts any influence on current U.S. policy.
The profound transformation of public life wrought by Christian charity did not come out of nowhere; it was an inheritance the church received from the synagogue.
In this brilliantly argued intellectual history, David Nirenberg asks how influential figures in the Western tradition have thought about Judaism over the millennia.
'The Hollow Crown,' a marvelous quartet of new Shakespeare films airing through October 11 on PBS, is fast-paced, accessible, and packed with riveting performances.
The end of the Communist era and access to long-closed archives opens a window into the largely untold suffering of Poland from 1939 to the fall of the Iron Curtain.
'Kantian Reason and Hegelian Spirit' is distinguished by both its intellectual competence and it narrative power.
Readers respond to articles on the Supreme Court and same-sex marriage, and on funerals.
Everywhere at once, aimless / though the day lilies / no longer make a sound
Salah sets down three rocks, in the center of which he places dried bush branches and lights a fire. This is the hospitality of the desert.
If we had reason to be confident that bombing some of Assad’s assets would save more Syrians than it would kill, armed intervention might be warranted. We don't.
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