SOURCE: Harvard Gazette
Melvin Rogers: How Black Thinkers Remade America's Political Traditions
From Douglass to DuBois, African American intellectuals have pushed for the theory of American republicanism to wrestle with the conflict between racial domination and political equality.
Was Madison Mistaken?
by Carl Pletsch
The divisive Trump years have called the wisdom of the Framers into question, but the author contends that James Madison in particular anticipated how a republic would be challenged by partisanship and designed one that could withstand that challenge (he just never claimed it would be easy).
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