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GOP flunks Bergdahl lesson: How it revealed total ignorance about prisoner swaps

by Jonathan Zimmerman

Let’s look at the history.


What it was like to standup to DC warmongering in 2003 (Interview)

by James Fallows

"In my conscious lifetime, it was the most exultantly pro-war that I can recall."


Iraq Is Vietnam 2.0 And U.S. Drones Won’t Solve The Problem

by Leslie H. Gelb

The problem is the Iraqi government.


America’s History of Industrial Espionage

by James Surowiecki

Alexander Hamilton, in his 1791 “Report on Manufactures,” called on the country to reward those who brought us “improvements and secrets of extraordinary value” from elsewhere.


Are Reparations Due to African-Americans? (NYT Roundtable)

To address the terrible human and economic costs of slavery and racial injustice in the United States, many have proposed that reparations be paid to African-Americans.


Korean War memorial is a historical photoshop horror

by Jesus Diaz

Most of these scenes are not from the Korean War.


Native Americans need reparations even more than African Americans do

by Daniel R. Wildcat

Reparations have never figured prominently into American Indian calls for justice. Why?


Jackie Robinson and Nixon: Life and Death of a Political Friendship

by Michael Beschloss

In 1960, Robinson endorsed Nixon for president, declaring that the civil rights commitment of Nixon’s Democratic rival, John F. Kennedy, was “insincere.”


Political ignorance and the Founding Fathers

by Ilya Somin

Madison ultimately concluded that increasing political knowledge was an important objective for making representative democracy work effectively.


The case against reparations

by Stu Bykofsky

"There is no rational way to diagram who gets how much from whom to satisfy an impossible debt."



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