History Stories
CATEGORY: Laws
When New York Banned Smoking to Save Women’s Souls
October 2, 2017

But the short-lived law only increased women’s freedoms. Read More

Why the DOJ is Suing Colleges on Behalf of White Students
August 3, 2017

The Supreme Court case set a tenuous precedent, but without a definitive verdict. With such a complex past, what does the future hold for affirmative action? Read More