The new production seeks to "introduce new elements reflecting timeless issues, including themes of identity, sexism...."
Elizabeth Yuko describes the "ethical nightmare" of the first successful artificial insemination.
Dickens was disturbed by the lotteries he witnessed in Naples in 1845.
Groups of men attacking women may actually be a thing in some cultures.
Blame Woodrow Wilson for what it is today.
But something else does.
“Here comes the orator! With his flood of words, and his drop of reason.”
Edmund Burke had something to say on that subject.
8 very carpe diem-esque quotes from the last emperor of Rome's Golden Age.
Shooter did it in the name of Islam.
Do we need more of these around?
A familiarity with Tocqueville’s essential Democracy in America would prove enlightening.
The documents include papers from the Founding Fathers, maps and atlases, and illuminated manuscripts from the Medieval Ages...
From the book whose tactics have been highly influential in warfare, business, politics, law, sports, and life.
We're guessing most of the folks who call Christianity "stupid" haven't read these authors.
Public discourse might be more civil if we followed Franklin's example.
Demography is the Achilles heel of a democracy.
Multiculturalism doesn't work. And boys and girls are unequal.
Have you heard of “shifting baseline syndrome”?
Every night, people fell asleep not long after the sun went down and stayed that way until sometime after midnight.
In the name of expediency, we toss aside our checks against the concentration of power.
Would he have achieved as much in today’s education settings?
Huxley's reflections on "Brave New World" thirty years after it was published.
Eleanor Roosevelt had something important to say on this topic.
Are they spurring a return to community care and concern in addition to lowering costs?
Being aware of what's happening is the first step to regaining our intellectual independence.
Keep that in mind.
“Resolve to perform what you ought; perform without fail what you resolve.”