As in de Tocqueville's time, American culture, politics, and economics stand apart from the rest of the world.
Kings used to be able to send their subjects off to war whenever it suited their purposes. It is central to the American republic, however, that the chief executive is specifically denied that prerogative.
Why is it so hard to warm to Hillary Clinton? Because she's a corporate lawyer.
A federal judge takes stock of the legal profession-and doesn't like what he sees.
Americans' belief in the value of diversity is complicated by a recent study. Is law the answer?