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Roundup Top 10!

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Who’s Really Shredding Standards on Capitol Hill?

by Joanne Freeman

Naming the alleged whistle-blower is much worse than tearing up a speech.

 

Bernie Sanders Has Already Won

by Michael Kazin

Whether he captures the White House or not, he has transformed the Democratic Party.

 

 

What winning New Hampshire — and its media frenzy — could mean for Bernie Sanders

by Kathryn Cramer Brownell

The New Hampshire returns tell us a lot about the leading candidates.

 

 

America held hostage

by David Marks

Forty years after the Iran hostage crisis, its impact endures.

 

 

Is Pete Buttigieg Jimmy Carter 2.0?

by J. Brooks Flippen

To win the White House and be a successful president, he must learn from an eerily similar candidate.

 

 

When White Women Wanted a Monument to Black ‘Mammies’

by Alison M. Parker

A 1923 fight shows Confederate monuments are about power, not Southern heritage.

 

 

Donald Trump’s continued assault on government workers betrays American farmers

by Louis A. Ferleger

Government scientists made U.S. agriculture powerful, but Trump administration cuts could undermine it.

 

 

The Civil War Wasn't Just About the Union and the Confederacy. Native Americans Played a Role Too

by Megan Kate Nelson

“Inasmuch as bloody [conflicts] were the order of the day in those times,” their report read, “it is easy to see that each comet was the harbinger of a fearful and devastating war.”

 

 

The forgotten book that launched the Reagan Revolution

by Craig Fehrman

While Reagan’s biographers have explored the influence of GE and SAG on the budding politician, they’ve largely ignored what came next — namely “Where’s the Rest of Me?”

 

 

Shifting Collective Memory in Tulsa

by Russell Cobb

The African-American community is working to change the narrative of the 1921 massacre.

 


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