In 1662, the Virgina House of Burgesses passed Act XII, which stated WHEREAS some doubts have arrisen whether children got by any Englishman upon a Negro woman should be slave or free, […]
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By Matt Johnson The United States does not have a paternity leave policy. This means that the United States government does not provide paid leave, unpaid leave, or any type of economic […]
Earlier this evening, Iman, Stephanie, Caitlin, Brittany, Sam, Zach, Daniel (our Swedish guide), and I attended a Medieval, Viking-themed restaurant in Gamla Stan, Stockholm, Sweden called Aifur. Simply put, the food was […]
Little did I know, or did my travel companions know, that Day 1 and Day 2 of our trip would blend together into the longest day. I met my travel companions at […]
By Matt Johnson Introduction This article is meant to be a bit different from the rest. It is a journey into some thoughts and philosophies evoked from experiences in Stockholm, Sweden. Stockholm, […]
By Alice H. Eagly and Linda L. Carly Reviewed by Matt Johnson Traditionally, men have been viewed as the optimal leaders in the American culture. This position has been supported by the […]
By Matt Johnson In his book Markets and Minorities, Thomas Sowell argues that “acting on [stereotypes] can be costly” and that the success of groups may be attributable to behaviors and work […]