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American youth don’t know much about the juvenile justice system

Tammy Chang, University of Michigan; Omar Ilyas, University of Michigan, and Vic Wiener, University of Tulsa Young people in the U.S. who end up in...

Not all Americans have a fair path to a good death...

Jason Ashe, University of Maryland, Baltimore County and Danielle L. Beatty Moody, University of Maryland, Baltimore County What does it mean to “die well”? The world...

How should we judge people for their past moral failings?

Andrew Khoury, Arizona State University The recent allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have further divided the nation. Among the questions...

Why justice is more important than the rule of law

Klaus Mladek, Dartmouth College The 2017 Stress in America survey has confirmed it: Americans are officially freaking out. The survey, conducted by the Harris Poll, reports...

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Is there such a thing as online privacy? 7 essential reads

Jeff Inglis, The Conversation Over the course of 2017, people in the U.S. and around the world became increasingly concerned about how their digital data...