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The recent passing of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, one of the anti-Apartheid’s most enduring figures, has served as a reminder of the struggles of South Africa’s past generation. We are also reminded of how her view on the transition differed f...

A New Deal for South Africa

The recent passing of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, one of the anti-Apartheid’s most enduring figures, has served as a reminder of the struggles of South Africa’s past generation. We are also reminded of how her view on the transition differed f...

Ron Chernow, historian and author of Hamilton (the main influence for Lin-Manuel Miranda’s acclaimed Broadway musical), recently released a biography of Ulysses S. Grant, Union Commander and later President. The fate of Ulysses is curious indeed, e...

The Lost Legacy of Ulysses Grant

Ron Chernow, historian and author of Hamilton (the main influence for Lin-Manuel Miranda’s acclaimed Broadway musical), recently released a biography of Ulysses S. Grant, Union Commander and later President. The fate of Ulysses is curious indeed, e...

John Maynard Keynes needs no introduction as the most important economist of the 20th century. His theories have shaped modern economics like few others. However, his vision for the international trade system, or bancor for short, has been mostly for...

A World Without Trade Deficits

John Maynard Keynes needs no introduction as the most important economist of the 20th century. His theories have shaped modern economics like few others. However, his vision for the international trade system, or bancor for short, has been mostly for...