Andrew P. Winerman

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The Fallacy of ‘Peace’

The contradictions of the “peace movement” crystallized for me when I saw a photograph of two bikini-clad Spanish women with

Higonnet's Arrogance

At Harvard, we expect faculty from other countries to at least try to understand ours. It’s a shame that Robert

Let’s Argue

Harvard undergraduates of opposing political philosophies have a remarkably difficult time discussing any political issue. The reason is that we

The Play's the Thing!

Who knew it was possible to fall in love with a work of art? To enjoy one, sure. To reread

Zinn Calls U.S. Policies Ineffective, Immoral

Boston University professor emeritus Howard Zinn openly criticized U.S. foreign policy since Sept. 11 at a speech on Tuesday at

Lessons of Pearl's Last Words

The great Viennese psychotherapist Viktor Frankl wrote, “Man is that being who invented the gas chambers of Auschwitz; however, he

With Friends Like These

Saudi Arabia, as one of America’s primary allies in the Middle East, was never a candidate to be part of

Raise Workers' Skills Before Wages

As President Lawrence H. Summers continues to ruminate the suggestions of the Katz Committee, any further discussion about the living