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Quit calling Donald Trump an isolationist. He’s worse than that.

by Stephen Wertheim

What Trump really believes is far more dangerous.

When It’s Too Late to Stop Fascism, According to Stefan Zweig

by George Prochnik

Zweig did not excuse himself or his intellectual peers for failing early on to reckon with Hitler’s significance.

History in a Time of Crisis

by Paul A. Kramer

What role should historians play in countering authoritarian politics?

“Punch a Zionist Today:” The campus hate swarm strikes again

by Gil Troy

Garbage in, garbage out. In the twisted world of radical campus politics, illiberal liberals forget that “liberal” and “broad-minded” once were synonyms.

Trump's America and the rise of the authoritarian personality

by Magnus Linden

Since the horror of Hitler’s Holocaust, psychologists have investigated why certain individuals appear more prone to follow orders from authority figures, even if it means that they have to sacrifice humanitarian values while doing so.

Neoliberalism: the deep story that lies beneath Donald Trump’s triumph

by George Monbiot

The events that led to Donald Trump’s election started in England in 1975.

A White House Initiative to Defeat Radical Islam

by Daniel Pipes

The overall goal of the White House Commission on Radical Islam should be to bring the American people together around a common understanding of the enemy's nature, how that enemy can be defeated, and specifics to accomplish this objective.

Is compromise possible on school vouchers?

by Jonathan Zimmerman

Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos actually represent different strands of the voucher movement, which used to attract liberals and conservatives alike.

The Progressive Attorney General Who Raided Immigrants—And Paid the Price

by Gil Troy

A. Mitchell Palmer had reached the peak of American politics, but his indiscriminate pursuit of terrorists backfired.

How We Got Here

by Danny Sjursen

The Misuse of American Military Power and The Middle East in Chaos

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