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Why the Nazis studied American race laws for inspiration

by James Q Whitman

The answer is that in the early 20th century, the US, with its vigorous and creative legal culture, led the world in racist lawmaking.


Obama's failed foreign policy

by Gil Troy

''The outgoing US president has spawned a callow, cowardly series of leadership miscarriages that bullied friends and empowered enemies.''


Obama Administration Report Card: Domestic Policy

by Jeremy Kuzmarov

Grade C+


The History You Know Is Wrong

by Josh Marshall

Why World War 1 started. No, the shooting of Archduke Ferdinand was not the reason.


What Those Who Studied Nazis Can Teach Us About The Strange Reaction To Donald Trump

by Shawn Hamilton

While it’s important to watch the president-elect closely, we also must be mindful of our own response to him.


There are fears in Japan that the Abe government is turning fascist

by Gavan McCormack

Little of this sense of urgency is perceptible in the writing about Japan published outside the country.


Facts, lies and climate change

by Jonathan Zimmerman

You shouldn’t ‘teach the controversy’ about something that shouldn’t be controversial.


The electoral college is an excellent system

by George F. Will

Far from being an unchanged anachronism, the electoral college has evolved, shaping and shaped by the party system.


Jesus Christ, businessman: From John Humphrey Noyes to Donald Trump

by Ellen Wayland-Smith

Trump’s can-do optimism and belief in prosperity make him the obvious heir to earlier self-help Christian sages of the Norman Vincent Peale variety.



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