Category Archives: Elshtain, Jean Bethke

Democracy on Trial

Is America still the model for democracy in the modern world? Today, when many critics argue that our social fabric is unraveling, what are our prospects for deliberative democracy and social cohesion? Distinguished social philosopher, Jean Bethke Elshtain, addresses those … Continue reading

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Political Images of Women

Jean Bethke Elshtain and Jean O’Barr reflect on the profound changes in the role of women in U.S. politics in the mid-1980s. Images of women in American political history range from portraits of Betsy Ross stitching the flag, to early newsreels … Continue reading

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