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Can Libertarians Fix America?  July 19, 2011
DecOfInd

Could politics be getting in the way of actually fixing our country’s problems?

The Lawless Years of Prohibition  July 18, 2011
Bootleg

Did prohibition change the country for the worse?

The Interrogator: An Education  July 18, 2011
Glenn Carle

What happens when the good guys get it wrong?

Attorney for the Damned  July 14, 2011
darrowbookcover

We know him for defending John Scopes in the famous 1925 Money Trial, but who was the man behind the legend?

Is Our Food Really Safe?  July 14, 2011
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Do you worry about the safety of your family’s food?

Empathy and the Origins of Cruelty  July 13, 2011
Science of Evil

How important is our brain’s empathy circuit and what happens to society when it doesn’t work properly?

The Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals  July 13, 2011
Solidarity, by Richard Grune (1903-1983), lithograph, 1947. Schwules Museum, Berlin.

How did the tragic Nazi perpetration of the holocaust against European Jews affect other minority groups?

Trapped by Technology?  July 12, 2011
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What would you do without your smart phone?

A Conversation with Novelist Sarah Bird  July 12, 2011
thegapyear

How do parents cope when their kids finally grow up and go off to college?

The Life of Frederick Law Olmsted  July 11, 2011
Photo courtesy Wikipedia

Who shaped American landscape architecture and what were his influences?

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