Interview of Word of Mouth radio here.
SCOTUS Blog founder Tom Goldstein and I discuss a landmark 1919 free-speech case. Watch here.
After nearly two years of planning and preparation, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Senate held its first official session Thursday evening, marking a historic step for faculty governance at the University.
Panelists talked about the social changes of the 1970s, including the effects of Watergate and the Vietnam War, as well as the rise in divorce rates and drug incarceration.
“It’s a fool’s errand you’re involved in,” warned Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Gordon Wood when approached recently by this magazine to predict Barack Obama’s historical legacy. “We live in a fog, and historians decades from now will tell their society what was happening in 2014. But we don’t know the future. No one in 1952, for example, could have predicted the reputation of Truman a half-century or so later.”