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J Edgar Hoover’s oversteps: Why FBI directors are forbidden from getting cozy with presidents

by Douglas M. Charles

How are U.S. presidents and FBI directors supposed to communicate?

White supremacists love Vikings. But they’ve got history all wrong.

by David Perry

Why the accused Portland killer and others see Vinland as an inspiration.

The Myth of the Kindly General Lee

by Adam Serwer

The legend of the Confederate leader’s heroism and decency is based in the fiction of a person who never existed.

How Israel’s Occupation Shifted From a Politics of Life to a Politics of Death

by Neve Gordon

Palestinian life has become increasingly expendable in Israel’s eyes.

What If: Fifty Years After the Six-Day War

by Daniel Pipes

In 1967 liberals celebrated Israel's victory.  

The Israeli-American Hammer-Lock on Palestine

by Rashid Khalidi

Israel’s occupation is only made possible by unquestioning US support—but a day of reckoning is on the way.

Golda's Missed Opportunities for Peace

by Ralph Seliger

The Arabs, it turns out, were more willing to cut a deal than she realized.

Why Jefferson’s vision of American Islam matters today

by Denise A. Spellberg

What history shows is that Islam is very much an American religion.

JFK’s Russian Conspiracy

by Tim Naftali

Kennedy had his own secret back channel with Moscow. It may have kept the superpowers from going to war.

The Two Women’s Movements

by Kim Phillips-Fein

Feminism has been on the march since the 1970s, but so has the conservative backlash.

My 10 Worst Presidents Of All-Time

by Alan Singer

Guess who is number 1?

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