SOURCE: The Atlantic
by Adam Serwer
The president’s attempt to racialize the pandemic is a cover-up of the fact that he trusted false reassurances from Beijing.
by Keith O’Brien
In 1928, women helped decide the presidential election, but they wanted more than just the vote. They wanted to do everything a man could do. Even fly the Atlantic.
by Michael Kazin
The issues that drove protesters to Chicago in 1968 are still motivating our partisan divide, 50 years later.
by Leonard Steinhorn
The Battle of Michigan Avenue foreshadowed the America we inhabit today: divided, distrustful, aggrieved and entrenched in opposing cultural camps and world views.
SOURCE: American Historical Association's Perspectives
by Alonzo Hamby
Hobby Lobby is a skirmish in a cultural conflict likely to divide us far into the foreseeable future while relegating what remains of the economic divisions of the mid-20th century to a sideshow.
by Adam Laats
Few topics get conservatives more riled up than the notion that kids are learning to be leftists in public schools.
by Ross Douthat
"Such a liberalism would take ownership of its own ascendance and take more responsibility for (and pride in!) its own aggressions, rather than perpetually crying 'theocracy' whenever its advance is interrupted."
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