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These composers channeled the horror of the Holocaust and Hiroshima while honoring those who lived through it.
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Why do great minds argue for positions we find repulsive? Today, we find out why Robert Nozick was a libertarian.
When we call something ugly, we say something about ourselves – and what we fear or dread.
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Scalia was sitting right next to Clarence Thomas, the sole African-American justice, when he made these startling comments.