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University of Denver law professor Nancy Leong has written a jaundiced polemic excoriating Republicans and Trump supporters at every turn.
William Deresiewicz has struck again, explain how the tech industry is killing the arts.
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The rush to learn Mandarin Chinese is overlooking the huge benefits that the Latin language can confer on students.
John Greenville reviews "The Rise of the West: A History of the Human Community" (1963) by William McNeill.
Chronicles contributors review Nancy Leong’s Identity Capitalists: The Powerful Insiders Who Exploit Diversity to Maintain Inequality and Paul Embery’s Despised: Why the Modern Left Loathes the Working Class.
John Greenville reviews "The Death of the Artist," by William Deresiewicz, which tells of the toll tech is taking on the arts industry.
Reviews of William Deresiewicz's The Death of the Artist and Joseph F. Johnston, Jr.'s The Decline of Nations.
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