Originally published 11/12/2013
In Veterans Day talk, the Stanford historian describes costs of all-volunteer service.
Originally published 04/18/2017
Celebrations of power are all around us. We don’t often think about how that power was exercised, about who might have suffered to make that power possible. Those who resist power usually pass into the fog of history because they were not famous and they had little opportunity to create imposing objects to memorialize their actions.
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