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Pop Culture Roundup: This Week

This Week: Ken Burns's children's book, a website for Reparations, honoring a gay rights leader, and more!

Social Media News: This Week

This Week: Trump, Trump, Trump and ... Brexit (remember that?), Erdogan, and police shootings.

Are Clinton and Trump the Biggest Liars Ever to Run for President?

by David Greenberg

A short history of White House fabulists.

The Republicans waged a 3-decade war on government.

by Norman J. Ornstein and Thomas E. Mann

They got Trump.

How Tony Blair fumbled Iraq’s child mortality statistics

by Michael Spagat

At a dramatic moment in Tony’s Blair’s testimony before the Iraq Inquiry back in 2010, he argued that the invasion had saved the lives of tens of thousands of Iraqi children who would otherwise have perished at the hands of Saddam Hussein’s brutal regime. But Blair was wrong.

On Gun Registration, the NRA , Adolf Hitler, and Nazi Gun Laws: Exploding the Gun Culture Wars (A Call to Historians)

by Bernard E. Harcourt

In much of the literature and argument, the references to Hitler and Nazi gun laws are often dressed in Second Amendment rhetoric.

Nice, France, Attack: A Gandhian Response to Serial Killers

by Juan Cole

Just as a nihilistic criminal such as a serial killer cannot easily be prevented from striking again, so a lone wolf and small-cell terrorist cannot easily be forestalled from wreaking havoc.

Ten Reasons Why Trump Could Win

by Victor Davis Hanson

With four more months until Election Day, be prepared for chills and spills.

A World Numbed to Mass Murder

by Max Boot

“Terrorists want a lot of people watching, not a lot of people dead.”

The Goldwater era changed the GOP, so could the Trump nomination

by David M. Shribman

Whether Trump wins or loses, he could bring white working-class voters into the GOP.

There aren’t suddenly millions of socialists in America

by Sharon McConnell-Sidorick

Carl Mackley’s story proves it.

MLK Would Never Shut Down a Freeway, and 6 Other Myths About the Civil Rights Movement and Black Lives Matter

by Jeanne Theoharis


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