Mad men: Inside the men's rights movement "Warren Farrell is widely considered to be the father of the men's rights movement. In a series of books published since the 1980s, he has made the case that the primary victims of gender-based discrimination are men."
We came, we saw, he died "The rise of identity politics in America was a tragic necessity. But the preoccupation with racial and gender identity has hollowed out political language."
From Aesop to doge "The animal who speaks in a human voice is a figure of the most enduring imaginative power. What do we hope to hear?"
The 'wild west' of academic publishing "And there’s the rub: Thomas Piketty’s Capital is an outlier. Holding the odd bestseller aside, the digital disruption of the print world that is transforming commercial publishing also affects publishers of scholarly books and journals."
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