Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow
Humor and chamberpots in this edition of Critical thinking | Difficult issues.
Legacies of the New Deal
It’s not often you get to celebrate the 150th anniversary of a twig. Yet that is exactly the opportunity that presented itself this past October 13. On that date, back in the year 1868, Sophia Thoreau leaned over a sprig of five shagbark hickory leaves and inscribed them, in indelible ink, with some lines from a poem by her brother Henry.