Wendy Kaminer

Writer, lawyer and  contributing editor at the Atlantic

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Writer, lawyer and contributing editor at the Atlantic; author of Free for All: Defending Liberty in America and Worst Instincts: Cowardice, Conformity & the ACLU; former co-publisher of the blog, Free for All, which appears in the Boston, Massachusetts-based newspaper The Phoenix

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The cover story in the current Atlantic argues that political correctness has reached a new and dangerous level on college campuses nationwide.

Are Sensitive College Campuses Hurting Higher Ed?

The cover story in the current Atlantic argues that political correctness has reached a new and dangerous level on college campuses nationwide.

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Thirty years ago, the US Supreme Court ruled that prayers before public meetings do not violate the Constitutional prohibition against the "establishment of religion."

Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Town of Greece v. Galloway

Thirty years ago, the US Supreme Court ruled that prayers before public meetings do not violate the Constitutional prohibition against the "establishment of religion."

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On this 4th of July, a lot of people may think that equal rights for women are part of the Constitution. They are not.

An Old Controversy Gets a New Name

On this 4th of July, a lot of people may think that equal rights for women are part of the Constitution. They are not.

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