Roundup Top 10!

tags: Roundup Top 10

"I Question America" -- Remembering Fannie Lou Hamer's Famous Speech 50 Years Ago

by Peter Dreier

"I question America" is a fitting reflection of the soul-searching that the country is once again going through in the wake of the turmoil in Ferguson, Missouri.

A history of education in America shows we've never accorded teachers much status

by Alexander Nazaryan

Exorcising Ghosts From Classrooms

America’s Continuing Border Crisis

by Aviva Chomsky

Immigrant rights organizations should be criticizing both parties for their policies in Central America (including President Obama’s free trade agenda), their economic and immigration policies (that criminalize workers), and the ways they are pitting immigrant youth against poor Americans in a struggle for scarce resources.

Political Mythbusting: Third Term’s the Charm

by Jeff Greenfield

Despite assertions otherwise, Americans are probably pretty OK with giving a party a third term in the White House.

Philadelphia riots, 50 years later

by Jonathan Zimmerman

As events in Ferguson remind the nation, police killings of African-Americans continue to spark unrest.

How the College Board Politicized U.S. History

by Stanley Kurtz

"This Framework will effectively force American high schools to teach U.S. history from a leftist perspective."

We keep pledging to study the cause of riots like Ferguson’s. And we keep ignoring the lessons.

by Merlin Chowkwanyun

If history is any guide, the Ferguson riots will teach us nothing.

The Caliphate Brings Trauma

by Daniel Pipes

"Declaring the caliphate on June 29 was a major event; and the caliphate is an institution whose time has long passed and, therefore, whose revival bodes much trauma."

Ferguson, Watts and a Dream Deferred

by Tom Edsall

The Watts riots – set off by the traffic arrest of a 21-year-old black driver by a white police officer — left 34 dead, 1,032 people injured, and 600 buildings damaged or destroyed.

Resisting Nazis, He Saw Need for Israel

by Christopher F. Schuetze and Anne Barnard

Now He Is Its Critic.

Century of Disaster

by Eduardo Galeano

Riddles, Lies, and Lives -- from Fidel Castro and Muhammad Ali to Albert Einstein and Barbie

comments powered by Disqus