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Tag: McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society at Stanford University

Stephen Kinzer, Andrew J. Bacevich

The United States will lose the war for control of the Middle East.

Rob Reich

School reform is failing America's children.

Hyunseop Kim, Blake Francis, Mark Budolfson, Debra Satz
 Ethicists, economists, and others have developed a set of useful tools for deciding what to do when economic, environmental, and social values conflict. 
Rob Reich

Stanford's Rob Reich examines the role of foundations in democratic societies—the subject of his Boston Review forum essay What Are Foundations For?

Elizabeth Anderson

Elizabeth Anderson visits Stanford's Center for Ethics in Society to discuss objections to slavery and their implications for our understanding of equality.

Anthony Atkinson

In his Arrow Lecture, Anthony Atkinson asks what can be learned from historical experience and from economic models of the generation of inequality.

David Hollinger, Joshua Cohen, Elizabeth Anderson

Elizabeth Anderson discusses her Wesson Lecture on slavery, emancipation and equality with BR Co-Editor Joshua Cohen and historian David Hollinger.

Deborah Chasman

The Bowen H. McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society at Stanford University has partnered with Boston Review to share content from its fellows and guest lecturers.

Rob Reich

We should examine the potential of online learning with an open mind.

Richard White

There was a time when Americans valued "competency" over riches and saw wealth as the cause of poverty.