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  • Wisconsin’s Long History As Swing State

    Wisconsin's status as a swing state in presidential elections is nothing new. It reflects the state's part in major trends in American history including immigration, urbanization, and the rural-urban divide.



  • Greening the Old New Deal

    National service and a green new deal, with lessons from the old new deal, could be the first step in “civilianizing” our nation, and beyond recovery, enhancing the world’s prospects for health, justice, and sustainability.



  • America’s Immigration Paradox

    A review of Jia Lynn Yang's new work "One Mighty and Irresistible Tide," and Adam Goodman's "The Deportation Machine."



  • A New History of Being Asian-American

    New Yorker critic Hua Hsu questions whether the PBS documentary series will simplify the experiences of Asian Americans through a lens of celebration that obscures ongoing conflict and prejudice.



  • Deportation Nation

    Historian Adam Goodman discusses his new book entitled, "The Deportation Machine: America’s Long History of Expelling Immigrants."