For veterans returning from the devastation they had witnessed during World War II to the jubilance and normalcy that awaited them at home, the world must have felt like their oyster. Soldiers came back to heroes’ welcomes and ticker-tape parades. Just like they had conquered the world. To read more, please click here.
Political Science Associate Professor Jonathan Laurence writes in “Room for Debate,” a blog of the New York Times | Earlier this week, he discussed the case of the recent shootings in France with NPR.
Despite its demographic mix, the city’s population became famous for its tolerance – partly because there has rarely been a purely “majority” majority to begin with. When four other cities in the same region of Provence voted for National Front mayors in the mid-1990s, during a wave of anti-immigrant sentiment, Marseille elected a centrist who had once defeated the party’s founder, Jean-Marie Le Pen, in a regional election. To read more, click here.
Many women in the workforce are are still not making inroads into power and leadership positions. Center for Work and Family Executive-in-Residence, Lauren Stiller Rikleen offered advice for women and organizations on Fox25News and wrote on work-life balance as key to U.S. competitiveness in a blog for Harvard Business Review.
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