Jim Sleeper

Jim Sleeper is a lecturer in political science at Yale and the author of "Liberal Racism" (1997) and "The Closest of Strangers: Liberalism and the Politics of Race in New York" (1990).

Connecticut's new governor, Ned Lamont, has a familiar name: His history runs deeper than you think Jim Sleeper
Republican derangement: A party I used to respect has gone off the cliff Jim Sleeper
Our republic is in crisis — and it's killing us. Can we really claim we didn't see it coming? Jim Sleeper
America's "free speech crisis" takes a darker turn: How corporate power got us here Jim Sleeper
Did Democrats do enough to stop Kavanaugh? Not even close, and don't expect more from a "blue wave" Jim Sleeper
"Resistance" in the White House? Please, let's not fall for that line Jim Sleeper
First Amendment's slippery slope: Why are civil liberties advocates joining forces with the right? Jim Sleeper
Donald Trump's Helsinki sellout, ranked among the biggest sellouts of history Jim Sleeper
Alan Dershowitz, Jewish identity and the long road to defending Donald Trump Jim Sleeper
The Harvard snowflakes of 1975: What today's campus scolds get wrong about college students Jim Sleeper
Trump pal and megadonor Stephen Schwarzman loves to name stuff after himself — now there's pushback Jim Sleeper
What Tom Wolfe's "Bonfire of the Vanities" missed about New York Jim Sleeper
The ancient code guiding Robert Mueller's Russia probe Jim Sleeper
Warlocks, witches and American stampedes: The built-in dangers of #MeToo Jim Sleeper
How corporate "speech" turns citizens into manic consumers and endangers civil society Jim Sleeper