Glenn Loury and John McWhorter consider the effects of minor racial insults.
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Aryeh Cohen-Wade and Eve Fairbanks, author of a recent essay on how the 1990s shaped #MeToo, discuss the messages they were taught growing up about sex.
New York Times correspondent David Kirkpatrick, author of the new book Into the Hands of the Soldiers, describes the diversity of Islamist thought seen during and after the 2011 Egyptian revolution.
Bill Scher and Matt Lewis weigh the evidence.
Historian Kathleen Belew discusses her new book about the origins of the modern white power movement, Bring the War Home.
Coleman Hughes, an undergraduate at Columbia University, describes what it’s like to disagree with the prevailing opinion on race at his school.
Robert Wright and Eli Lake debate.
Aryeh Cohen-Wade and James Martin Cole, secretary of the Austin chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America, compare the two political movements.
Bill Scher and Matt Lewis consider the implications of Michael Cohen’s secret recording of a conversation with Donald Trump.