– The Atlantic Flashbacks
Twenty From the Twentieth Century Highlights from the past hundred years of The Atlantic—with W.E.B. DuBois, William James, John Muir, Robert Frost, Rebecca West, Albert Einstein, Robert Moses, Pablo Picasso, Martin Luther King Jr., Mrs. X, James D. Watson, and more.
Letter From Birmingham Jail. The American Catholic bishops have asked the Vatican to name Martin Luther King Jr. a Christian martyr. As the country marks King’s birthday, revisit the famous “Letter From Birmingham Jail,” published in The Atlantic Monthly under the title “The Negro Is Your Brother.”
Blood and Justice. Nat Turner and John Brown came to symbolize the radical struggle against slavery in the decades prior to the Civil War. Both were hanged for their actions. Both were at the center of intense controversy. A collection of Atlantic articles, from 1861 to 1922, commemorates the bicentennial of their births.
Who Deserves to Die? Odds are, Alan Berlow argues in the November Atlantic, that our criminal justice system has condemned innocent people to death in the recent past and will continue to do so unless significant reforms are made. Atlantic articles by George Bernard Shaw, Giles Playfair, and Judge Irving R. Kaufman consider the legitimacy of the death penalty as a form of punishment.
– Sites des Instituts de sondages (avec les résultats et les analyses en ligne)
La Sofres : http://www.sofres.com (20 ans d’archives en lignes)
Ipsos : http://www.canalipsos.com/
Ifop : http://www.ifop.com/europe/index.asp
Bva : http://www.bva.fr