After the Revolution
By Emily Bazelon
Albie Sachs lost an arm in the fight against apartheid. Now that he's a justice on South Africa's high court, he's more cautious than rebellious.
Liberté, Egalité, Sororité
By Garance Franke-Ruta
Despite a law designed to elect more women to the French government, male incumbents remain entrenched. What went wrong?
License to Shill
on a license plate raising cash for pro-life causesand the hackles of abortion rights activists.
Liberals' Labors Lost
Robert A. Burt
on the passage and aftermath of the 1968 Civil Rights Act.
Seeds of Discord
on the battle to stop genetically modified seeds from overrunning organic farms.
on why Lithuania's Jewish community may have lost more than reparations can give back.