Issue: Civil Liberties and Human Rights

The Power of Independent Thinking


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Wichita Poised to Be National Model in Addressing Homelessness
How FDR Emasculated the Black Press in World War II
Instead of indulging in politically risky sedition prosecutions of the black press, the government relied on indirect methods of behind-the-scenes manipulation and intimidation.
Christmas Comes Early for Government Snoops
The new FBI motto should be “here’s looking at you, kid.”
Why Ordinary People Enable Totalitarians (Part II)
The Insurrection Act Needs A Rewrite
Using the Insurrection Act to suppress even violent protests would likely violate the Constitution unless state approval is obtained.
Solving Homelessness Requires More than Just Housing
When Did Populism Become a Dirty Word?
Zora and Eleanor: Toward a Fuller Understanding of the First Lady’s Civil Rights Legacy
Today’s Public Health Emergency: Restoring Trust with Seven Steps
How Boss E.H. Crump Used the Memphis Police to Suppress a Black Republican Challenge to FDR

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