Crime and Justice

  • In 1970, an anti-war group bombed the Army Math Research Center at the University of Wisconsin, killing one person. President Nixon and Attorney General Mitchell used the death as an excuse to escalate sweeping measures against the anti-war movement. Today, most of those responsible for the bombing have pled guilty. Or have they?

  • Pulitzer Prize-winning Cox Newspapers reporter Elliot Jaspin spent more than five years researching racial cleansings in America. The result is Buried in the Bitter Waters: The Hidden History of Racial Cleansing in America, available from Basic Books.