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Pop Culture Roundup: This Week

This week ... J.R.R. Tolkien, Ken Burns, the bikini at 70, Hamilton (bien sur!), Nazi art, and Tarzan!


Social Media News: This Week

This week ... Annette Gordon-Reed, Simon Schama, Tim Naftali, Kevin Kruse, Ron Radosh and more.


Crazy, Fascinating & Horrifying: Latest Edition

The "gay cure," Nazi summer camp on Long Island, Disneyland and more!


Ralph Nader Still Refuses to Admit He Elected Bush

by Jonathan Chait

But he did.


How Bad Can a President Be?

by Thomas Mallon

A new biography exposes the mysterious confidence behind George W. Bush’s greatest failures.


The American Revolution was a huge victory for equality. Liberals should celebrate it.

by Jeff Stein

The left is turning its back on the Revolution. Here's why that's a mistake.


Did a Fear of Slave Revolts Drive American Independence?

by Robert G. Parkinson

To the founders, separation from Britain was about racial fear and exclusion as much as it was about inalienable rights.


The Secret Black History of the Revolution

by Alan Gilbert

As we know all too well, the Revolutionary War was not fought so that all men could be free, but its role in creating the seeds of abolition should not be forgotten.


A radical proposal to save Europe in the wake of Brexit

by Peter Turchin

The EU is dying. Let it go. Replace it with a new EU made up of the core peoples who once belonged to the Carolingian Empire.


How Douglas MacArthur would have responded to ISIS terror attacks

by Arthur Herman

Douglas MacArthur taught the single important strategic lesson any American president can learn: before starting a war, make sure you are committed to winning it.


Slavery as free trade

by Blake Smith

The 18th-century thinkers behind laissez-faire economics saw slavery as a great example of global free trade.


From the Somme to 7/7: what war memorials can tell us about ourselves

by Ana Souto

What's striking is how our memorials have changed.


‘Our casualties not heavy’: how British press covered the Battle of the Somme

by John Jewell

Even if reporters had wished to “tell the truth” and their copy had made it past the censors, then the editors and proprietors back home would have ensured that their writing did not see the light of day.



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