The founder of Rolling Stone claimed rock music would set Americans free—in reality it just made him rich.
Sol Stern is a contributing editor of City Journal, published by the Manhattan Institute, and author of Breaking Free: Public School Lessons and the Imperative of School Choice.
As young lefties, we pledged our generation of radicals would never succumb to the totalitarian temptation.
“They know nothing about art. They know nothing about history. They know nothing about philosophy.”
Ari Shavit’s new book was praised for balancing the story of Zionism’s accomplishments with criticism of its founding sins–but his work distorts history and hurts the chances for peace.
Today’s cheating scandals aren’t about students, but the school administrators and politicians who stand to profit from rising test scores, writes Sol Stern.
Expecting all students to be college ready is a hopeless utopian goal, writes Sol Stern.