For some reason the poem that I sent by cut and paste was too small to read, I have put it in bigger type hopelly this will work.
The Ferguson Grand Jury's failure to indict was of course depressing but in many ways predictable. Tme media coverage of the event, especially the protests, have also been predictable--- biased in the sense that they have emphasized the violent confrontations and largely dismissed the overwhelmingly peaceful and rasoned protests against ...
Piketty for Progressives -- Part 5
The following is a slightly abridged review of Thomas Piketty's Capital in the 21st Century, which I for Social Sciende Docket, a fine publication sponsored ajnd published by the New York and New Jersey Councils for the Social Studies. The Journal, edited by Professor Alan Singer, who has done very...
As we move with some trepidation to tomorrow's election, here are some questions concerning elections and politics
Thomas Riggins All the recent fuss at the Metropolitan Opera over John Adams' 1991 opera The Death of Klinghoffer led me get the DVD from Netflix to watch.
I had the privilege of participating in a panel and presenting a paper yesterday at a conference co-sponsored by the Peace History Society and Georgian Court University, a university in Lakewood New Jersey which has a fascinating history in itself. The Conference dealt with "WWI: Dissent, Activism, and Transformation" and...
Piketty for Progressives-- Part 4
Let me apologize to our readers for failing to post the answers to September's Marxist IQ in my October post yesterday. Here they are