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The Lyon’s Share: Shades of Blue 

Quintin Peterson is always the coolest guy in the room. The hats help. But he’s also got that innate quality where you know he’s...

The Literary Hill: Race and Reckoning

Reckoning and Reconciliation Two new books from Georgetown University Press deal with the powerful and timely issue of racial reckoning in the nation’s capital. In 2015,...

Retracing Steps, Sorting Through the Past

No Girls Allowed Back when female reporters were “usually confined to the women’s section still wore white gloves to work,” a few courageous women...

‘A Thought-Provoking Meditation on the Nature of Truth’

Truth is an elusive commodity these days. But we don’t expect equivocation from scholarly disciplines that are supposed to traffic in hard facts. And...

THE LITERARY HILL

Presidential Powers “What steps would you take to prevent the American dream from becoming the American nightmare?” That’s the question Richard S. Sloan poses...