Weekly Recommended Reading

Black Lives and the Boston Massacre, and more

Black Lives and the Boston Massacre John Adams's famous defense of the British may not be, as we've always understood it, the ultimate expression of principle and the rule of law, from The American Scholar

You Know the Lorena Bobbitt Story. But Not All of It. In the 1990s, she was the topic of tabloid headlines and comedy skits. Now, as a documentary series takes on the story, she opens up about how that one night changed her life, from The New York Times

The Paths of Rhythm A Tribe Called Quest's pioneering music is one of many filaments that connects Americans of color with each other now and back through time, from Longreads

The Legacy of Sea Ranch, a Utopian Community in Northern California, from Dwel Magazine