Peter H. Schuck, Simeon E. Baldwin Professor of Law Emeritus at Yale Law School, is Distinguished Scholar in Residence at NYU Law School and author of many articles and books on law, public policy, diversity, immigration, and other subjects.
Articles and Events
Public Citizens is Paul Sabin's account of how the insider's game that dominated Washington, D.C. politics was irrevocably transformed by Ralph Nadar's public interest law movement.
DEI initiatives are everywhere, and everywhere ambiguous. To make them impactful in real life, we need to add "L"—Line-drawing.
Democrats need to listen to voters and consider sensible policy options on immigration that reach across the aisle.
Siddhartha Mukherjee’s 2011 master account of the history of cancer is likely never to be bested.
It may not be sexy, but moderation is essential to democratic flourishing.
Economists quarrel about the legacy of John Maynard Keynes, but Zachary Carter’s biography reveals him as champion of the global-historical project to protect Anglo-American culture from its gravest threats.
Douglas Murray’s 2019 book The Madness of Crowds, which skewers identity politics, resonates even more today.