Seven HPR writers discuss and critique Anne-Marie Slaughter's article, "Why Women Still Can't Have It All"
Articles By: Caroline Cox
Caroline Cox '14 was the Senior United States Editor in 2012.
Few men are as reviled as Michael Moore. The director of Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11, and Sicko has made himself notable not only for his Oscar nominations but also for the incredible hate he has inspired in countless conservatives. Even the Democratic Party has a strained relationship with the documentarian. But Moore can take comfort that there is one man who remains loyal to him, one man who knows the truth of Moore’s life long crusade to fix the United States: Michael Moore.
Profiles of the major Republican presidential candidates.
Before signing the historic Social Security Act of 1965 that would create modern-day Medicare and Medicaid, President Lyndon Johnson took a moment to reflect on tradition. “It calls upon us never to be indifferent toward despair,” Johnson said. “It commands us never to turn away from helplessness. It directs us never to ignore or to spurn those who suffer untended ... Read More
Few would disagree that American troops show incredible bravery at war. From World War II to the more recent conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq, there is no dearth of harrowing accounts from the front lines. But what of those same troops when they return home? The stories often end when their military tour is complete, and suddenly those American heroes ... Read More
An impromptu conversation between HPR Editor-in-Chief Max Novendstern and Campus Blog Editor Caroline Cox:
Peter M. Bozzo's recent editorial in The Crimson misses the mark on Snyder v. Phelps and the Court's ruling.
The Veritas Forum's discussion of pluralism proved disappointing at best.
Justice Clarence Thomas' wife, Virginia Thomas, is no stranger to controversy, but her recent decision to work as a Tea Party lobbyist will endanger impartiality on the Court.
In another bizarre chapter in the ongoing controversy that surrounds her, Virginia Thomas, Tea Party activist and wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, indicated recently that she may step down from her position as head of Liberty Central. Thomas’s involvement in the group, intended to support conservative activists and Tea Party campaigns, drew concern as to whether it could ... Read More
Impartiality and the judiciary are frequently considered synonymous. Even outside of the U.S., the Supreme Court, judges on state supreme courts and other higher-level positions enjoy lengthy terms, a good degree of freedom from political pressure, and the promise of being appointed based upon their merits rather than party affiliation. Or at least they should. An actual look at how ... Read More