The cloak-and-dagger tale about Kessler's pursuit of evidence against Big Tobacco, which would justify the regulation of cigarettes.
Israel has never lost a battle. Nor has it ever won a war.
The ghost of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. hovers—to borrow one of his own metaphors—like "a brooding omnipresence" over modern American law.
George Packer uses his own family history to try to understand and defend liberalism.
Sowell's stature must be attributed to his ability to bring light where there is darkness and logic where there is confusion to public policy in general and economics in particular.
Two new books dispense with the pundits' conventional wisdom about China and cast a critical light on the current state of U.S.-Sino relations.
Hanson's remarkable book argues that, on rare occasions, "there can be a soul, not merely a spirit, in the way men battle."
Gender, equality, and the American military