Monthly Archives: April 2011

Interview with Gulam Parvi

Three Cups of Tea captured readers with its story of perseverance and self-sacrifice overcoming great odds in building schools in rugged mountain territory that most Americans would strain to locate on a map. The man at the center of the … Continue reading

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Federalist Project 14

“The Mirror of Representation” and Federalist 65 – 67 In this section, Rakove pursues further the peculiar difficulties the Founders faced in clarifying the notion of representation on which the republic would rely going forward. As noted elsewhere, the core … Continue reading

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