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Pop Culture Roundup: This Week

This week ... Buster Keaton, Charlotte Bronte, FDR's last painting, X-Men, Wonder Woman, Deborah Lipstadt documentary, and more!

Social Media News: This Week

Tweeting and Facebooking This Week ... Rick Perlstein, Annette-Gordon Reed, Henry Louis Gates, Blair Kelley, and Brits on Brexit.

Crazy, Fascinating & Horrifying: Latest Edition

This week ... the photo that changed South African history, a brief history of sex in ancient Greece, Brutalism, Medieval graffiti and more!

The Woman Card

by Jill Lepore

How feminism and antifeminism created Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Another Age of Discovery

by Thomas L. Friedman

Disruptions in Copernicus’s day offer lessons today.

How the EU came into being

by Antony Beevor

It was thanks to this man more than any other: Jean Monnet.

Why Trump is wrong on 'political correctness'

by Julian Zelizer

The pressure to be politically correct, in his mind, is the cancer that eats away at America.

Poor White Politics

by Nancy Isenberg

Class prejudice has a history at least as old as the Jamestown settlement.

The Palmer Raids: When Trump’s Grandfather and Wives could have been Profiled

by Juan Cole

The Trumps could have been Palmer’s victims, themselves.

Racism and the “Working Class” in Media Coverage of U.S. Politics

by Robyn Muncy

The history of the term “working class” in American political conversations behooves us constantly to attend to the particular way the term is used.

Wendell Willkie’s 1940 nomination: When party establishments mattered

by George F. Will

It was the establishment that installed Willkie and it was over the objections of conservatives.

The son of an immigrant resorts to terrorism. It happened a century ago.

by Michael Wolraich

And just like now the incident led to calls for a ban on certain immigrants.

Dominating the Skies -- and Losing the Wars

by William J. Astore

Air Supremacy Isn’t What It Used to Be

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