"We are all Rachel Dolezal": on Asad Haider's 'Mistaken Identity: Race and Class in the Age of Trump'
Among other critiques of identity politics, Haider believes that we each can slip between identities at will. Indeed, it's a universal human condition.
Reading the struggle of Patterson and her comrades a century ago reminds us that today's racist violence is not a temporary aberration but a deeply rooted and pervasive flaw in American society.
Frank Miller locates our tragedy and warps it into his own brutal beauty.
Contrary to what her critics might have one believe, Camille Paglia demands more, not less, of contemporary feminism.