Originally published 01/04/2018
An interview with Felipe Fernandez-Armesto on the perspective historians offer.
Originally published 08/01/2017
Different administrations tell very different stories about the past and the present.
Originally published 04/13/2017
Like the Norse, the Trump administration is showing indifference to long-term interests.
Originally published 02/02/2017
In this exclusive web essay, Bill Moyers takes on President Trump’s choice to lead the Environmental Protection Agency: Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt.
Originally published 07/08/2015
Historian Brian Allen Drake says Barry Goldwater, whatever his other policies, was an enthusiastic environmentalist
In an interview he notes that Goldwater even supported the establishment of the EPA.
Originally published 03/06/2015
Carol Van Strum
The EPA, created with much fanfare by Richard Nixon in 1970, was an agency crippled at birth by inadequate funding, political hypocrisy, and laws protecting industry profits above all.
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