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  1. In defense of public defenders

    What is called 'the' 1964 Civil Rights Act is justly celebrated for outlawing racial and other discrimination in employment, 'public accommodations' and elsewhere.

  2. The fight over corporate tax inversions

    President Barack Obama, presiding over an unusually dismal post-recession economy, might make matters worse with a distracting crusade against the minor and sensible business practice called tax inversion.

  3. America's sad foreign policy void

    This far into the human story, only the historically uninstructed are startled by what they think are new permutations of evil. So, when Russia sliced Crimea off Ukraine, Secretary of State John Kerry was nonplussed:

  4. Nature's creative danger

    Although the Ebola virus might remain mostly confined to West Africa, it has infected the Western imagination. This eruption of uncontrolled nature into what developed nations consider serene modernity is more disturbing to the emotional serenity of multitudes than it is threatening to their physical health.

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George Will, who has written a column for the Washington Post since 1974, won the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in 1977. He writes a column for Newsweek, is a contributing analyst with ABC News and has been a regular member of ABC's "This Week" show since 1981. Will, who was born in 1941, taught political philosophy at Michigan State University.

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