Environmentalism
Apocalypse Now?

Sane policymaking always grapples with trade-offs. Environmental policymaking should be no different.

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A Judicious Review
The Admirable Restraint of the Supreme Court

Is the highest court in the land prone to judicial activism, or antidemocratic overreach? Not so, says Keith Whittington, in a useful new history that confounds partisan narratives on both sides.

Maurycy Gottlieb, “Jews Praying in the Synagogue on Yom Kippur” (Wikimedia Commons)
American Jews and Israel
The Roots of the Rift

The controversy over President Trump’s executive order on anti-Semitism reflects a broader gap in how American and Israeli Jews understand themselves. A new book by Daniel Gordis explores the divide.

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