“I don’t believe that power always corrupts. I think power can also cleanse.”
Just before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the National Library of Israel has unveiled a timely letter from its Martin Buber Archive.
When my mother was 8, she wrote to President Kennedy asking if women could be presidents. His secretary’s response will surprise you.
Pressure for black, women’s and gay rights has brought down barriers in America. But inequality is more rife than ever, J.J. Goldberg writes.