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My secret life as a revolutionary
A Harvard education
in the glory days of the Revolution included practical lessons in the Struggle.
“Drive the cop out of your head”
Forty years ago rioting students filled Paris with revolutionary graffiti. Was it all just a bad dream?
Pope Benedict at the UN: a moral grammar of rights
Sixty years after the Universal Declaration of Human Rights the pope offers an interpretive key.
Polygamy by any other name
A religious sect is being prosecuted for under-age sex and marriage. A lot of other people should be feeling uncomfortable.
Australia’s marriage gap
It is not middle-class women who are ending up on the shelf but their less educated sisters.
The Roman Triumph
The exciting true story of the processions of victorious generals and emperors.
Expelled: conspiracy or claptrap?
Ben Stein's documentary on Darwinism opens this weekend in the US.
It does no credit to the cause of religion or even of intelligent
design, says an American scientist.
Hope for a troubled land
Educated young African professionals ought to fight against corruption and incompetence at home, rather than look overseas for streets paved with gold.
A report by three Australian academics tries to convince us that women are shaping a new and ethical porn industry.
The ethics of defying nature’s plan for parenting
Childlessness is not a tragedy, says an Anglican bishop.
Pope Benedict on marriage: key to world peace
As the Pope begins his visit to the United States there is one topic he is certain to speak on.
Nothing to be Frightened Of
Darwinian materialism is a grey and dreary way to live, novelist Julian Barnes suggests in his recent memoir.
Poe: A Life Cut Short
The dissipated life of one of America’s greatest geniuses is still a mystery.
Pope to find US Protestants more receptive
Benedict XVI will be welcomed by many American Protestants when he visits the US next week.
Misery loves company—and book companies love misery
Why do we like to luxuriate in tales of childhood misery, especially when they’re a load of fanciful rubbish?
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