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Why Frederick Douglass's struggle for justice is relevant in the Trump era

by Ibram X Kendi

Douglass fought against the horrors of President Andrew Johnson who, like Donald Trump, represents the same force of racist progress, of white male nationalism, of racial walls.


We Should Embrace the Ambiguity of the 14th Amendment

by Eric Foner

A hundred and fifty years after its ratification, some of its promises remain unfulfilled—but one day it may still be interpreted anew.


The Myth of the Liberal Order

by Graham Allison

Among the current, potentially mortal threats to the global order, Trump is one, but not the most important.


Here’s What Happened the Last Time the Left Got Nasty

by David Greenberg

History shows why Democrats shouldn’t take the low road.


The History Test

by Jill Lepore

How should the courts use history?


Ron Chernow on the Midterm Elections of 1866

by Amy Davidson Sorkin

In 1866, President Andrew Johnson pressured Ulysses S. Grant into joining him in a series of rallies where he aired his vulgarity and racism.


What’s Happening on the Border Is a Travesty

by Fran Shor

Alas, it’s part of a long American tradition.


Human Zoos in the Age of Trump

by Ariel Dorfman

Humans as “Animals,” Then and Now


The George Soros philosophy – and its fatal flaw

by Daniel Bessner

Unlike most of the billionaire class, George Soros is not an out-of-touch plutocrat, but a provocative thinker committed to progressive ideals – which is what makes his failures so telling.


For 60 Years, This Powerful Conservative Group Has Worked to Crush Labor

by Moshe Z. Marvit

Now the Janus decision has helped push the National Right to Work Committee and its sister organizations closer to that goal.


Overturning Roe v. Wade Could Remake American Politics

by Jonathan Zimmerman

The original decision gave conservatives a boost for decades. Overturning it could lead to a liberal resurgence.


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