SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Nancy C. Unger
The shameful history of Mann Act prosecutions shows what happens when panics over sexual morality are hastily written into criminal laws.
SOURCE: Public Books
by Bryan Banks
Subterranean tunnels under Columbus, Georgia have been repurposed as part of dramatic stories of crime, emancipation, and war, tales which obscure the more prosaic and violent aspects of the town's history.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Leah LaGrone
Government needs to back off making moral value judgments shaped by Christian values when it comes to women’s work, and instead to focus on the harsh economic reality facing millions of women.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
by James Mann
The former veep’s ideological agenda did far more damage than his quest for clout.
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