| Topics: Philosophy, Politics and Current Affairs
Robby George once worked for George McGovern; now he’s the hero of the intellectual right By J. I. Merritt ’66 The lecturer in Politics 315 – Constitutional Interpretation, or “Coninterp,” as generations of students have called it – came to class, as usual, wearing a dark three-piece suit, a white shirt, and a tie, and […]
Published Date: May 19, 2014 | Topics: Foreign Policy and International Affairs, Religion
As Iran approaches the anniversary of Hasan Rouhani’s presidential victory, the Islamic Republic’s human-rights record, particularly its treatment of religious minorities, remains abysmal. This is especially true for the Baha’is, Iran’s largest non-Muslim religious minority.