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No, Trump is not another Jackson

by Sean Wilentz

If anything, Trump is more like John C. Calhoun.


When Nixon’s Henchmen Plotted to Assassinate a Journalist with LSD

by Gil Troy

For those who think the future of press freedom is facing unprecedented challenges, a reminder of the time Nixon aides hatched a plot to kill a troublesome journalist.


The Banal Belligerence of Donald Trump

by Roger Cohen

Americans will have to fight for their civilization and the right to ask why.


What’s the method in Trump’s madness?

by E.J. Dionne

Is Trumpism a scam? And if so, whom is Donald Trump scamming?


Protests are one thing. Voting is another

by Jonathan Zimmerman

Last November, only 58% of eligible Americans voted.


One way Trump is different from European nationalists

by Brian Porter-Szücs

When comparing Europe and America, we frequently overlook differences that hide inside similarities.


Racial Progress Is Real. But So Is Racist Progress.

by Ibram X. Kendi

What if President Trump does not represent a step back, but a step forward?


Trump’s Washington Wedding

by Jill Lepore

An American Inauguration is like a wedding: the President is the groom, the people his bride. Donald Trump is about to pledge his troth. It didn’t always work this way, and, really, it shouldn’t. Washington isn’t Vegas.


Where It All Went Wrong

by Max Boot

Wary of repeating what he perceived to be Bush’s mistake of over-interventionism, Obama instead veered toward extreme non-interventionism, with the exception of Libya and Afghanistan, where he imposed such severe limitations on American action that it made success impossible to achieve.


Obama Shouldn’t Go Quietly

by Robert Dallek

Presidents are supposed to slip off the stage, take up hobbies and charities, let their successors have a go at it. But that hasn’t always been the case.



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