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Hirschman made his arguments without mathematical formulas or complex models. His subject was economics, but his spirit was literary.
Some descendants of Holocaust survivors are having their concentration-camp numbers tattooed on their arms, a practice that provokes mixed reactions and a lot of conversation.
A Hungarian politician formerly from a far-right party seen as xenophobic has met Hungary’s chief orthodox rabbi after going public with his Jewish roots.
I read Hannah Arendt's The Origins of Totalitarianism and The Human Condition and I thought to learn something about this… ... One of the most dramatic aspects of the film is the newsreel footage of Eichmann's testimony.
Immigration pits two moral and legal principles, foundational to the modern state system, against each other. How can they be reconciled?