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Pop Culture Roundup: This Week

This Week: New films about Nat Turner, prisons, Holocaust Deniers, Pam Grier, Apartheid, and more. It's our biggest and best Pop Culture Roundup ever!


Social Media News: This Week

This Week: Blair Kelley, Elaine Parsons, Deborah Harkness, Annette Gordon-Reed, Louis Hyman, Niall Ferguson, Jack censer and many more!


Prison History’s Horror and Hope

by Baz Dreisinger

From 1949 to 1957, the number of young people under criminal-justice supervision more than doubled.


Bill Clinton Killed the Myth of the Welfare Queen

by Anne Kim

It’s his most overlooked welfare reform victory.


The Democratic Party’s Racial Reckoning

by Jamelle Bouie

In 1992, Bill Clinton had to pander to white bigots to win the presidency. In 2016, Hillary can call them what they are.


How Donald Trump Uses Anti-Semitic Rhetoric Against Hillary Clinton

by Austin Ratner

(Even Though She’s Not Jewish)


Neither Trump nor Clinton Is the End of the Republic

by Conor Friedersdorf

Diagnosing the republic as dead, a writer at the Claremont Institute takes another step toward giving up on its core project.


How Humanities Can Help Fix the World

by John McCumber

People with humanistic training do tend to succeed both at careers and life.


Is Trump an Aberration?

by Aviva Chomsky

The Dark History of the “Nation of Immigrants”


Courage and free speech

by Timothy Garton Ash

Throughout human history there have been individuals who have been ready to risk everything for their beliefs.


America’s Declaration of Independence was pro-immigrant

by Steven Pincus

The Declaration of Independence outlined the new republic’s fundamental economic principles, ones that Americans would be wise to remember, because they are now under threat.


Jackie Walker Can’t Stop Saying Offensive Things About Jews

by Yair Rosenberg

The Vice-Chair of Britain’s premier far-left group Momentum has claimed Jews were behind the slave trade and argued that Jewish schools don’t need extra security.



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