Angelica Werth's Articles
Arts & Culture, Good Living, Reviews
Touching the Art: A Guide to Enjoying Art at a Museum by Luc Travers
Angelica Werth September 3, 2021
In an easy-to-read, seventy-four-page volume, Travers relays his approach to art appreciation: You don’t connect with an artwork by learning which period it’s from or who painted it. Rather, you connect with an artwork by immersing yourself in it and finding personal connections with its characters and themes.
Economics, Politics & Rights
What a Global Minimum Tax Means—Economically and Morally
Angelica Werth July 15, 2021
U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and the financial leaders of the other G7 nations recently agreed to a minimum corporate tax rate of 15 percent. These leaders ignore crucial truths about morality and economics.
Announcements, TOS-Con News
Yet Another Reason to Come to TOS-Con: The Food!
Angelica Werth July 10, 2021
There are many reasons to be excited about TOS-Con 2021, from the excellent talks to the gorgeous location on the Charles River, from the evening concert to the hundreds of like-minded people you’ll meet. But here’s one more you may not have thought of: the food.
Biographies, History, Science & Technology
‘From Sawdust to Stardust’: Jackie Cochran’s Soaring Achievements
Angelica Werth June 2, 2021
Jackie Cochran's journey from “sawdust to stardust” is inspiring to all who want to achieve great things and “enjoy life to the brimful, every minute of it,” as she did.
Politics & Rights
End the Injustice of Civil Asset Forfeiture
Angelica Werth March 19, 2021
Imagine police officers showing up to your house at night and demanding the keys to your car, threatening to damage it if you don’t comply. They don’t provide you with an explanation or even accuse you of committing a crime. Then imagine waiting five years for the mere chance to get your car back. Sound dystopian?
Arts & Culture, Reviews
The Iron Lady, Written by Abi Morgan
Angelica Werth February 12, 2021
Margaret Thatcher is one of the most controversial figures in modern history. Some consider her to have been a cruel, heartless villain who destroyed jobs and livelihoods, whereas others revere her as a valiant defender of liberty and the free market who saved her country’s economy.