Political Essays

Economic Crisis and the Crisis in Economic Thought A Progressive-Iconoclastic Perspective Inspired by Sartre

By Michel Kail
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Since 2007, we have been bombarded with nothing but public speeches and articles on what has been referred to as the “financial crisis.” In Europe, within a few months, this was transformed into an “economic crisis” (affecting the entire world) and subsequently into a “great crisis” (a reduced GDP, and a massive increase in unemployment), then…

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The Questionable Legacy of Brown v. Board of Education: Du Bois’ Iconoclastic Critique

By Frank Kirkland
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Prologue The public education of African-American youth had been the most significant problem for African-American adults, outside of the issue of voting rights, since the end of the Civil War. From the 1860’s through the 1940’s, the problem stemmed from the paucity of resources dedicated toward their education and the indifference of the American public…

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What Is a “Woman” Anyway?

By Lori Watson
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I do not identify as trans*. I do not identify as a man. However, I am often identified as one or the other. Most of the time, in the world of everyday, people at the grocery store, gas station, coffee shop, airport, and so on, identify me as a man: Can I help you, sir?…

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Four Years After the Arab Revolutions: Fighting on Amid Reactionary Retrenchment

By Kevin Anderson
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The Present Moment Over the past year, the outlook for revolutionary change for democracy and social justice in much of the Middle East and North Africa has become bleak.  Egypt has experienced authoritarian military rule at a level that exceeds the repression of Mubarak, thus rolling back the 2011 revolution, even as the US has…

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2024: Vol. 23, No. 1

Logos Journal - Scalia Myths

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2024: Vol. 23, No. 1

Logos Journal - Scalia Myths


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