Edward O. Wilson is Pellegrino University Professor, Emeritus, at Harvard University. In addition to two Pulitzer Prizes (one of which he shares with Bert Hölldobler), Wilson has won many scientific awards, including the National Medal of Science and the Crafoord Prize of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
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In Reclaiming American Virtue: The Human Rights Revolution of the 1970s, historian Barbara Keys joins the likes of Samuel Moyn in critical examination of the late-20th century rise and deployment of a concept often thought timeless. For Keys, human rights became a way to “redefine America to Americans,” to help heal the country in the aftermath of Vietnam, when so many old certainties and beliefs about America’s place in the world had crumbled. Below, as the U.S. again finds itself trying desperately to move on from a long and ineffectual period of war, Keys considers the ongoing evolution of American concern for human rights around the world. ----- President Obama is…